WASHINGTON, April 5, 2016 — Over the past year U.S. Cyber Command has continued building capability and capacity and made progress in building its 133-team cyber mission force, all while operating at an increased tempo, Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers told a Senate panel today.

In testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee, the Cybercom commander said the cyber mission force — made up of 13 national mission teams, 68 cyber protection teams, 27 combat mission teams and 25 support teams — will be built and fully operational by Sept. 30, 2018.

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