U.S. Army Cyber Command (ARCYBER) recently welcomed and honored students from two local high schools for their winning cyber skills.

ARCYBER Commanding General Lt. Gen. Stephen G. Fogarty presented the students from Greenbrier High School in Evans, Ga., and Veritas Christian Academy in Augusta, Ga., with Certificates of Recognition in honor of earning two of the top three places in Georgia in this year’s Cyber Patriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.

Brig. Gen. Paul T. Stanton, ARCYBER’s deputy commanding general (Operations) welcomed the students for their exclusive tour of Fortitude Hall, ARCYBER’s recently completed headquarters, and a look at ARCYBER operations and programs with Col. Ernesto A. Cortez, ARCYBER chief of staff, and Deputy Chief of Staff Raymond Jones.

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