Army, Air Force Begin Joint Regional Security Stacks Migrations

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networkThe U.S. Army and Air Force have kicked off their transition to the Defense Department-wide Joint Regional Security Stacks program in an effort to build up the armed services’ network security, C4ISR & Networks reported Monday.

Amber Corrin writes the Army and Air Force moved their network operations to several JRSS locations at Joint Base San Antonio in Texas, Oklahoma City, Montgomery in Alabama and Fort Bragg in North Carolina under the supervision of the Defense Information Systems Agency.

DISA officials also work to coordinate the deployment of DoD’s Joint Information Environment across the military, according to the report.

Five JRSS transitions are scheduled in March with a focus on centralized migration from the old systems and the U.S. Navy also plans to pick a portion of its network for migration to JRSS., C4ISR & Networks reports.

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