One if by land, two if by sea, three if by ... network router? The era of cyberwarfare is upon us, as the Stuxnet virus can attest. But if you like your proof of a more bureaucratic nature, consider the hiring plans at the US Air Force, which in fiscal years 2014 and 2015 plans to increase its staffing by more than 1,000 "cyberprofessionals," over and above the 6,000 or so already toiling away for the 24th Air Force, the service’s operational cyberarm. (Pictured above is the 24th Air Force cyberwarfare center in San Antonio, Texas.) The Army, meanwhile, just graduated the first group of soldiers in its new MOS (military occupation specialty), 25D, cyber network defender. We don't know exactly what all those people will be doing in the coming year, but surely they'll be up to something.