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Air Force cyber school will add online training tool

Air Force cyber school will add online training tool
WASHINGTON — The Air Force school to prepare airmen to become high-end cyber defenders will introduce an online training tool in its upcoming curriculum.

Designed as the premier training tool for the Department of Defense cyber force, the Persistent Cyber Training Environment (PCTE) allows U.S. Cyber Command’s warriors to log on from anywhere in the world for individual or group training and mission rehearsals. The goal for PCTE is that it will be the training platform for the cyber mission force in the future.

To date, the services have used PCTE mostly for active duty units’ training and exercises.

Read the full article on Federal Times

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