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Navy makes intell, cyber personnel moves

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The Defense Department on Nov. 15 announced personnel movements in its naval cyber and intelligence operations.

Navy Rear Adm. Samuel Cox will be assigned as director of the National Maritime Intelligence Center in Washington and as commander of the Office of Naval Intelligence at Ft. Meade, Md.  Previously, Cox served as director of intelligence/J2 at U.S. Cyber Command, also based at Ft. Meade.

Joining Cyber Command will be Capt. Robert Hoppa, who has been selected for promotion to rear admiral (lower half) and for assignment as deputy director of operations/J3, Cyber Command, at Ft. Meade, Md.  Hoppa currently serves as director of the National Maritime Intelligence Center, Washington, D.C.

Posted by Amber Corrin on Nov 15, 2012 at 12:10 PM


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