In how it teaches future leaders exercising the profession of arms in the cyber domain, the professional military education system confronts various obstacles. In the absence of instructions on what should be taught, cyber strategy programs are inconsistent throughout the services, are frequently threatened with reduced funding, and can be changed arbitrarily. Furthermore, some cybersecurity academics have little actual experience, while others have little education background instructing cyber strategy. Without meaningful change and investment in professional military cyber education, service efforts will likely remain in a state of flux and uncertainty. The potential consequences of maintaining the status quo are significant.