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Topic - James W. Graybeal
Cheyenne Mountain will remain an alternate command facility, and operations and systems are constructed so that "there is no single point of failure in our mission responsibilities," Mr. Graybeal said.
"We are committed to improving our security posture to protect our command center, which led to the decision to exceed the base-line security requirements at our headquarters by implementing enhanced force protection measures," Mr. Graybeal said.