The seeds of what developed into the U.S. Army Cyber Corps (or Cyber branch) were sewn in October 2010 with the establishment of U.S. Army Cyber Command, or ARCYBER. Along with U.S. Fleet Cyber Command, Twenty-Fourth Air Fourth Force, and Marine Corps Cyberspace Command, it became one of the four service components that supported U.S. Cyber Command, which had been created a year earlier (2009). The Command was moved to Fort Gordon in 2013, and in 2016 the Army designated ARCYBER as an Army Service Component Command as part of United States Strategic Command, or STRATCOM.

This Regimental Distinctive Insignia (RDI) was established for Cyber Soldiers who are not serving in a unit with a Distinctive Unit Insignia, such as on the one worn by personnel in the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade. Authorized on 1 December 2015 and amended five months later to reflect a new motto, the Cyber Corps RDI features a shield quartered into black and white sections which reflect the strategic capabilities of the electronic warfare aspects of the Regiment. An upright gold dagger symbolizes the Corps’ preparedness and readiness to prevent cyber attacks, intrusions, and disruptions anywhere on the globe, and the shield’s gray border denotes the Cyber Regiment’s ability to contain cyber-attacks that may threaten to escalate and threaten the U.S. or other nations.

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