RAF cybercamp teaches cadets high-tech warfare

This is one of these moments when you wonder if the reporting is accurate (ie are the RAF genuinely expressing operational happiness about this course, and to the extent indicated here).

Perhaps so…


[QUOTE=“The Times-Deborah Haynes Defence Editor”]
Published at 12:01AM, August 17 2015
The RAF claimed a world first yesterday as it opened a camp to teach air cadets about cyberattacks and how to foil them.
In a sign of the growing importance placed on cyberwarfare by the military, nine trainees aged 16 to 18 began learning how computers communicate, then put theory into practice by wiring and programming their own devices.[/QUOTE]