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Army Selects Lockheed to Provide National Cyber Range Complex Support

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Army Selects Lockheed to Provide National Cyber Range Complex Support

The U.S. Army Contracting Command has selected Lockheed Martin to support the National Cyber Range Complex, which provides enterprise infrastructure and expertise to plan and execute realistic cybersecurity tests, evaluations, experiments, mission rehearsal exercises and training events.

Under an agreement with the Army, Lockheed will use its experience in cyber defense, readiness, testing and training to contribute to the NCRC activities at Joint Base Charleston in Hanahan, South Carolina.

NCRC Charleston was established to enhance platform resilience and help build cyber-hardened systems for the naval and expeditionary communities, Lockheed Martin said.

The facility will serve as a support site for the Department of Defense and naval and special operations, federal agencies, industry, academia and international partners.

Tish Rourke, vice president of Lockheed Martin Cyber & Intelligence, said NCRC Charleston will address the increasing cyber threats on a variety of platforms. By providing real-world, domain-tailored cybersecurity training, the facility will help cyber professionals keep pace with threats using 21st-century security solutions, she added.

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