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U.S. Cyber Command commander discusses cyber, national security equities

Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command, director, National Security Agency, and chief, Central Security Service, spoke to members of U.S. Transportation Command and its component commands Feb. 22 in the Seay Auditorium. Photo by Bob Fehringer, USTRANSCOM/PA

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Navy Adm. Michael S. Rogers, commander, U.S. Cyber Command, director, National Security Agency, and chief, Central Security Service, spoke to members of U.S. Transportation Command and its component commands Feb. 22 in the Seay Auditorium.

Rogers was the fifth guest in USTRANSCOM's 30-4-30 Distinguished Speaker Series, an initiative to celebrate the command's 30th anniversary in October 2017. Air Force Gen. Darren W. McDew, USTRANSCOM commander, has invited 30 four-star general officer, flag officer and equivalent strategic senior leaders to speak about how they view the globe, linkages between USTRANSCOM's and the leader's organization, and a vision for USTRANSCOM partnerships.

Within the Department of Defense, Rogers is responsible for what USTRANSCOM calls its second priority: Advance Cyber Domain Capabilities. During his remarks, he discussed where cyber and national security equities converge within USTRANSCOM and how we can collaborate to continue our journey in the cyber domain.

In thanking USTRANSCOM for its support, Rogers said, “This department could not execute its mission set without you.” He acknowledged the command’s strong public/private partnerships as crucial because “cyber doesn’t recognize the difference” between government and commercial bandwidths.

Rogers assumed his present duties in March 2014. He has also served as the director for Intelligence for both the Joint Chiefs of Staff and U.S. Pacific Command, and commander, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command/U.S. 10th Fleet.

Rogers was a surface warfare officer, cryptologist and information operations officer at sea aboard USS Caron (DD 970), Carrier Group 2/John F. Kennedy Carrier Strike Group and USS Lasalle (AGF 3). He also led cryptologic direct support missions aboard U.S. submarines and surface units in the Arabian Gulf and Mediterranean.

Ashore, Rogers commanded Naval Security Group Activity Winter Harbor, Maine, and served overseas in Spain and domestically in Millington, Tennessee, and Norfolk, Virginia.

Rogers additionally served at U.S. Atlantic Command, CJTF 120 Operation Support Democracy (Haiti), Joint Force Maritime Component Commander, Europe, and the Joint Staff. His JS duties include leadership of the J3 Computer Network Attack/Defense and IO Operations shops, executive assistant to the J3 and two Joint Staff directors, special assistant to the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, director of the Chairman’s Action Group, and a leader of the JCS Joint Strategic Working Group.

He is a distinguished graduate of the National War College and a graduate of highest distinction from the Naval War College; a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Seminar XXI fellow; Harvard Senior Executive in National Security alum; and holds a Master of Science in National Security Strategy.

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