Michael Flynn says Army must ditch war data network DCGS

By Rowan Scarborough

An Army general who reached the pinnacle of military intelligence says his service’s war-deployed data analytical network is a flop and needs to be stopped, rebuilt and renamed.

Retired Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn, who headed the Pentagon’s Defense Intelligence Agency until 2014 and held a number of terrorist-hunting jobs, [READ MORE HERE]

Source:: Washington Times

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