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- Army’s Materiel Integrator for C4ISR Readiness

An annual functional exercise tested the capabilities of depot first responders and a number of personnel who volunteered to play the part of victims in the scripted scenarios. There were five individual scenes designed to evaluate how well personnel respond to emergency situations during the two-day event. (Photo Credit: Thomas Robbins)

Depot personnel hone skills during exercise

An early morning phone call brought Tobyhanna Army Depot's licensed mental health practitioner face-to-face with a disgruntled and irrational employee at the start of an annual functional exercise. ...READ MORE

According to the National Fire Protection Association, in 2017, there were 379,000 residential structure fires nation-wide, which accounted for 76 percent of all structure fires, an increase of 7,500 fires from 2016. | Coutesy photo of Pixabay

Fire Prevention Week says: ‘Look. Listen. Learn.’

Today’s home fires burn faster than ever. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one-to-two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Knowing how to use that time wisely takes planning and practice. ...READ MORE

The Cyber Operations Center at Fort Gordon, Ga., is home to signal and military intelligence noncommissioned officers, who watch for and respond to network attacks from adversaries as varied as nation-states, terrorists and “hacktivists.” The center was sanitized of classified information for this photo. | U.S. Army photo by Michael L. Lewis, ARNEWS

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: ‘Remain vigilant, be accountable, stand ready’

The theme for Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October will be “Remain vigilant, be accountable, stand ready,” said Maj. Gen. Garrett Yee, the acting deputy chief information officer, G-6. Yee recently spoke at the Defense Strategies Institute-sponsored “Cyber Operations for National Defense Symposium.”


CECOM Subordinate Commands and Centers


Enabling lethality is our business. Our bottom line is the Soldier. We do what is best for the Soldier in the fight.


Empower the Soldier through sustained C5ISR readiness. Anytime. Anywhere.

CECOM Priorities

  • C5ISR Readiness - Ready to Fight Now
  • Future Force C5ISR - Overmatch Adversaries
  • People Always - Agile, Trained, and Cared For


CECOM ensures the global readiness of complex, networked Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems and capabilities that provide our forces with advanced information and technology needed to communicate on today's battlefield. CECOM's 16,000 military and civilian team members provide systems engineering support, training expertise, network and cyber defense capability development, field service support, supply chain management and depot manufacturing and sustainment operations to ensure our expeditionary Army and Joint Force remains ready to operate, fight and win anywhere and at any moment.

CECOM's five subordinate organizations perform a variety of CECOM core functions, taking lead in their specialty areas of expertise, including:


Providing timely and cost-effective global C4ISR logistics support.


Testing, integrating and certifying information technology and national security systems to support the digital needs of our joint forces.

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Providing life-cycle software solutions for weapons systems, as well as logistics, business and enterprise solutions in an international environment.


Designing, manufacturing, maintaining, repairing and overhauling dozens of electronic systems for our joint forces.


Securely replacing legacy systems and modernizing the information technology infrastructure on posts, camps and stations.

As part of the U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC), CECOM is dedicated to providing our joint forces with the decisive edge in combat by integrating and sustaining a cutting-edge, global, Army Network that ensures unprecedented levels of visibility and communications - creating a common operating environment across our entire force.

Under the Operational Control of CECOM


Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground
Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground provides global contracting support to a diverse customer base in support of the Joint Warfighter.