Summarized by the Alliance for Fort Eisenhower
Published February 9, 2024
Leaders from the Defense Department and intelligence community gathered at Fort Meade, Maryland, yesterday for the change of command ceremony of U.S. Cyber Command, as Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone passed the flag to Air Force Gen. Timothy D. Haugh.
Haugh also became the director of the National Security Agency and the chief of the Central Security Service. The change of command took place in the Shannon Kent Conference Center at the command’s new headquarters. Kent was a Navy senior chief cryptanalyst killed in Syria in 2019.