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Brig Gen Michael J. Cornell, ANG

Vice Director, Global Services Directorate
Defense Information Systems Agency


Brig. Gen. Michael J. Cornell is vice director for Defense Information Systems Agency’s J-6 Global Services Directorate. In this position, he is the agency’s senior military officer at the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, where he assists the DISA director in leading 2,500 uniformed, civilian, and contractor personnel across six J-6 centers that operate and defend key Department of Defense cyber terrain.
Cornell manages J-6’s infrastructure portfolio valued at over $1 billion to provide daily information technology and cybersecurity services to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, Headquarters Department of the Army, and all other DoD component offices within the National Capital Region.
Cornell received his commission in 1992 as a distinguished graduate of Air Force Reserve Officers' Training Corps Detachment 115 at the University of Connecticut, where he finished first in his cadet class. He is a career intelligence officer and cyber professional with conventional and special operations experience at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels during more than 20 contingencies spanning five combatant commands. He earned his jump wings at U.S. Army Airborne School in 1991.
His expeditionary experience includes a year along the Korean demilitarized zone with a Tactical Air Control Party unit assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division. He also served multiple deployments to the Persian Gulf, and joint duty with the 10th Mountain Division in Afghanistan. Additionally, Cornell served in an interagency Afghan presidential security detail led by the U.S. State Department Diplomatic Security Service.
On the morning of September 11, 2001, Cornell participated in NORAD’s mobilization of the first military aircraft to defend U.S. airspace during Operation Noble Eagle. In 2002, the Department of Justice cited his published work on weapons of mass destruction in a legal opinion to the president concerning the authority to use military force in Iraq. In 2007, 1st Air Force named Cornell as the Field Grade Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance Officer of the Year. And in 2021, the National Security Agency’ director recognized a unit under then-Col. Cornell’s command for their work in securing the 2020 U.S. elections from adversary influence operations.
Past assignments include command of a signals intelligence site that enables global cyber operations by the NSA, U.S. Cyber Command, and 16th Air Force; staff duty with the Massachusetts National Guard’s J-2 Intelligence Directorate; deputy commander of an aviation Joint Task Force during the Boston Marathon; National Guard liaison to MIT Lincoln Laboratory; ISR division chief with a U.S. Strategic Command aligned air operations center; staff duty at Headquarters Air Combat Command; and unit-level operations in multiple fighter squadrons. As an instructor-rated AN/GSQ-272 Sentinel crewmember and the director of operations, Cornell also led ISR and targeting support to conventional and special operations forces that killed or captured 115 high-value targets during Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and Odyssey Dawn.


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