The U.S. Air Force will train all new recruits in the basics of cyber warfare and add more advanced schooling for others to help combat the growing threat of attacks on U.S. computer networks, reports the Associated Press. Four-star Gen. Robert Kehler said details are still being worked out on a cyber warfare component for basic training, but it would be brief, perhaps an hour or two total, and would cover only the fundamentals. A more advanced, undergraduate-level training program will begin in June to train officers and enlisted personnel for a new Air Force career field in cyber operations,...

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