Now we know more about it. 5-10,000 people. $2 billion budget. California, Texas, Louisiana, Colorado, and New Mexico are competing for the headquarters.
(If New Mexico can't have it, I'm rooting for Louisiana. But New Mexico really needs to have it. We haven't won a big military budget battle since the F-117s moved into Alamogordo.)
The US military logged 79,000 attempted intrusions into military computers in 2005.
The Chinese have also got into the computers of no less than 10 British ministries, and have also done some damage in Germany.
Supposedly China has something like 40,000 active hackers working under their umbrella.
Of the cyberwar specialists being trained by Cyber Command at Hurlbut and Lackland, I wonder how many speak or read Chinese? Or Russian? Or Arabic?Looks like we've got a long way to go.