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Computer executive goes straight to lieutenant colonel rank in Army’s Cyber Corps



On Monday, Paul Son, 48, became the first person to come straight into the U.S. Army as a lieutenant colonel in the Cyber Corps.

Son is no stranger to the military. He worked for a defense contractor and was the vice president in charge of global security and cyber threat operations for a compan...

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  1. It appears once again we are going to be in good hands with the experts that are coming onboard with the Cyber Corps. I know Lt. Col. Son is proud he is where he is now. He has worked hard on all fronts.

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