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TacJobs – US Army 17A Cyber Warfare Officer

US Army Cyber Warfare Officers are responsible for carrying out cyber security operations in conjunction with an organized plan by targeting adversary activities and capabilities.

Specialized Skills Learned:

-Cyber Operations

-Intelligence & Surveillance

-Systems & Networks

Earn up to 46 Nationally Recognized Certifications


-U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

-18 to 34 Years Old

-Accepted to College, In College, or Graduate of a Four-Year Degree Program

-Basic Officer Leadership Course (or Additional Special Courses/Qualifications)

-Eligible for a Secret Security Clearance

-Medically and Physically Fit

-In Good Moral Standing

For more information on how YOU can become a 17A, head to

2 Responses to “TacJobs – US Army 17A Cyber Warfare Officer”

  1. Jeremy says:

    That bottom photo has to be one of the worst efforts at recruiting a target audience I have ever seen.

  2. Luke says:

    In the midst of a battle, a 17A soldier decides it’s the perfect moment to whip out his trusty laptop, only to be met with the agonizing reality of a slow boot-up. There he is, dodging bullets and explosions, all while staring at a loading screen that’s more stubborn than the enemy. It’s a scene of modern warfare where the greatest adversary isn’t the opposing force, but the dreaded spinning wheel of a slow-starting PC. As chaos ensues around him, our hero can’t help but wonder: Will he complete his mission first, or will his Dell 5511 laptop boot up in time for the next software update?

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