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USSTRATCOM Cyberspace Symposium March 11, 2010 — U.S. Strategic Command will host the second USSTRATCOM Cyberspace Symposium May 26-27, 2010 at the Qwest Center in Omaha, Neb. MORE

Global Positioning System Continues Improvement Initiative March 2, 2010 — Building on the January 2010 upgrade to the GPS ground control segment, Air Force Space Command will be installing another software release primarily designed to support the pending mid-2010 launch of the first GPS IIF space vehicle. MORE

Spear phishers target military members at home, work February 12, 2010 — Information warfare was around long before the computer. Even in the days of homing pigeons, adversaries would attempt to intercept each other's messages to gain an advantage. MORE

USSTRATCOM comments on space debris article February 1, 2010 — Response to a suggestion made in Mr. Williams' story regarding achieving\r\n"parity" as reason for intercepting USA193 in 2008. MORE

Navy Twitter Account Finalist in Shorty Awards February 1, 2010 — The Navy's official Twitter account, @NavyNews, has been named one of six finalists in the "2010 Shorty Awards" among more than 250 nominations in the government category. MORE

Navy Stands Up Fleet Cyber Command, Reestablishes U.S. 10th Fleet January 29, 2010 — The chief of naval operations (CNO) officially established U.S. Fleet Cyber Command (FCC) and recommissioned U.S. 10th Fleet during a ceremony at Fort George G. Meade, Md., Jan. 29. MORE

Military families gain access to free, online tutoring January 27, 2010 — The Defense Department has launched a free, online tutoring service for servicemembers and their families. MORE

USSTRATCOM NCO Tackles Challenges on Rugby Pitch January 21, 2010 — When Staff Sgt. Eric Walton was five years old, he joined his first football team because, as he put it, he loved tackling and wasn't afraid of getting hurt. MORE

STRATCOM/AFSPC to improve global GPS coverage January 7, 2010 — The United States Strategic Command and Air Force Space Command have initiated an effort that will improve global coverage for users of the Global Positioning System (GPS) constellation. MORE

Commercial & Foreign Entities Pilot Program Transitions to U.S. Strategic Command January 4, 2010 — U.S. Strategic Command announced today that it has assumed responsibility for sharing space situational awareness and analysis with satellite owner/operators. MORE

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