Cyber Center of Excellence

The Official Homepage of the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence

Welcome to the Cyber Center of Excellence

The Cyber Center of Excellence (CCoE) is the U.S. Army's force modernization proponent for Cyberspace Operations, Signal/Communications Networks and Information Services, and Electronic Warfare (EW), and is responsible for developing related doctrine, organizational, training, materiel, leadership/education, personnel, and facility solutions. A major aspect of the CCoE's mission is the training, education, and development of world-class, highly skilled Signal, Cyber, and EW professionals supporting operations at the strategic, operational, and tactical level. Today's broad and rapidly changing global operational environment means the Department of Defense and the nation are required to function within an increasingly competitive, congested, and contested cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum. Ultimately, the CCoE must enable commanders and leaders to seize, retain, and exploit freedom of action in both the land and cyberspace domains, while simultaneously denying and degrading the adversary use of the same.

Cyber Center of Excellence Command Group

  • Major General Paul T. Stanton Commanding General Major General Paul T. Stanton
  • Major General Johanna P. Clyborne Deputy Commanding General Major General Johanna P. Clyborne
  • Mr. Robert V. Kazimer Deputy to the Commanding General Mr. Robert V. Kazimer
  • Colonel David A. Thomas Chief of Staff Colonel David A. Thomas
  • Sergeant Major Michal K. Starrett Command Sergeant Major Sergeant Major Michal K. Starrett
  • Chief Warrant Officer 5 Paul E. Sankey Command Chief Warrant Officer Chief Warrant Officer 5 Paul E. Sankey

The Latest

  • Fort Gordon Preparedness Exercise Week-long exercise involves alarms, extra ID checks FORT GORDON, Ga. – The Fort Gordon Garrison will conduct its annual all-hazards-response-exercise, Viper Gold, Monday, March 13 through Friday, March 17. During the exercise, visitors and workers can expect, and plan for, increased security measures and potential delays while entering and exiting the installation. Additionally, there will be exercise scenarios occurring at various locations on the installation designed to exercise emergency preparedness and response capabilities. Those on and off the installation may hear warning sirens and announcements – each will be prefaced with ‘Exercise – Exercise – Exercise’. “It’s imperative that we test our capabilities periodically to ensure we are ready to meet the challenges that come with Army training,” said Col. Reginald Evans, Garrison Commander. “I ask that our Army family be patient through this exercise and be vigilant and report any suspicious activity.” All Fort Gordon personnel and community members should be extra vigilant during the exercise and aware of the heightened security measures. If you are on the installation and see suspicious activity, or what you believe is an emergency, please do not hesitate to call 911 – as long as these calls are placed on Fort Gordon they will be routed to the Fort Gordon 911-Call Center where staff will be staged to intervene if the incident is exercise related; exercise or real-world calling 911 is the right answer if you see something concerning and potentially dangerous. Stay connected and informed by following the Fort Gordon Garrison Facebook page ( and, if you work on the installation and have a Common Access Card, by enrolling in the Alert Mass Warning Notification System: For more information, please contact the Garrison Public Affairs Office at: 706-791-4306 or The U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence, Fort Gordon, GA, will be the premier developer of cyber domain professionals and capabilities to fight and win in the Operational Environment, by developing warfighters, leaders and capabilities to operate, defend, attack and influence through cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum to fight and win in 
  • Become a part of history! The future Fort Eisenhower is seeking CSRA graphic artists and designers to support post transformation. FORT GORDON, Ga. – The Cyber Center of Excellence (CCoE) leadership is asking the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) community for help with creating a new logo, as the installation prepares for its transformation from Fort Gordon to Fort Eisenhower. Fort Gordon is one of nine Army installations being renamed following an 18-month process culminating in the Congressional Naming Commission submitting final naming recommendations to the Department of Defense (DoD) on Oct. 1, 2022. On Oct. 6, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced that the DoD accepted the Commission’s final recommendations, including the renaming of Fort Gordon to Fort Eisenhower. “The name Fort Eisenhower is a great choice for Fort Gordon,” said CCoE and Fort Gordon Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Paul Stanton. “General Eisenhower was not only an exemplary citizen and leader, but he was also a devout golf enthusiast with a great respect and admiration for the greater Augusta area. Our military installations are designed to commemorate and reflect the courage, valor and rich diversity of our military heroes and as the only five-star U.S. Army General who served as the Supreme Allied Commander during WWII and as President of the United States, we are proud rename this post in his honor.” With the new name comes the need for a new logo. The Cyber Center of Excellence is asking interested community members to submit logo designs for consideration no later than April 29, 2023.  We are looking for a creative and unique logo that represents its namesake and our multi-mission, multi-service military installation. The winning logo design will be used in various ways to represent our brand and promote our post, to include on our website, in marketing materials, outreach merchandise, social media and signage. Overall, the winning logo will be an essential element of our brand identity, and we will use it to create a consistent and cohesive visual representation of our installation across all platforms. Submission Guidelines: Submitted logos must include: 1.     The name “Team Eisenhower” 2.     Must represent the Cyberspace domain (Signal, Cyber, Electronic Warfare Operations, and Public Affairs) 3.     A tagline or motto Logo Artwork Guidelines: 1.     Only two submissions per person are allowed. 2.     All submissions must be in CMYK color mode. 3.      Multi-color logo designs must also work in black and white. (one-color printing) 4.     Must be legible in small and large sizes. (example: business card to a billboard) 5.     Vector files are preferred and can be submitted in .AI, .PDF or .EPS format for scalability and editing. Raster files must have a minimum resolution of 300 DPI and measure at least 3000 x 3000 pixels (10 x 10 inches) and can be submitted as a transparent .PNG file. 6.      The logo and graphic elements within must be original and not infringe on any copyrighted material. (example: no clip art) 7.     Must agree to the final product being Fort Eisenhower’s intellectual property. 8.     CCoE assumes all rights to the artwork upon submission.   To enter, participants should email their artwork to with the subject line “Logo Design Contest Submission.” They must include their full name, contact information and a brief description of their design. The deadline for submissions is April 29, 2023. The winner will be chosen by a panel of judges and receive a prize(s). For more information, please contact the U.S Army Cyber Center for Excellence Chief of Public Affairs, Lesli Ellis-Wouters, at 706-791-7257 or