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CAMP MURRAY, WA – The U.S. Air Force fights on the ground and in the air, and now they’re taking their fight to cyber space.

Units are getting trained on how to handle a cyber-attack. Officials say they’re training groups to be in defense mode and learn how to block any sort of incoming cyber-attacks. The problem is more serious than we think. According to the Washington Air National Guard, a cyber-threat has been moved up to the level of a natural disaster.

One thing’s certain, with the digital age we live in, we can only imagine the problem getting much bigger.

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