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The Air Force is studying “what actually makes somebody have a capacity — not necessarily the ability right now, but a capacity — to learn cyberspace operations,” Robinson said.
“So there have been some studies recently that are showing that, hey … that person is over in maintenance, that person has been turning wrenches on a jet for the past 15 years. They actually have the capacity and the innate ability to understand networks and get a better idea, and they are turning out to make some of the most prolific and fantastic operators that we have,” she said.
“We took some of our maintainers and turned them into cyber operators, and they are just crushing all of these classes. They are the most sought-after folks from Cyber Command to come and sit on these teams,” Robinson said.
Department Of Defense Off-Camera Press Briefing on the 2019 Missile Defense Review