It does? What is actually new and specific I fail to see. But it's a really, really nice summary.
SENTRY EAGLE is the protection program outlined jointly by the NSA and the U.S. Strategic Command.
The first line reads:
"SENTRY EAGLE... compartmented program protecting the highest and most sensitive level [by] NSA/JFCC to support the U.S. government's efforts to protect America's cyberspace."
The document goes on to specify the broad U.S. cyber protection strategy broken down into Sentry Hawk, Sentry Falcon, Sentry Osprey, Sentry Raven, Sentry Condor, and Sentry Owl - all of which are new.
Add on top data about infiltration into (allied) South Korea and Germany. Not a good day for the NSA.
(The names are most definitely classified.)
Unclassified. For official use only.
Yup the names are not classified.
As the terms are not classified there are minimal standards regarding using the names in less secured conversation. If another country has intercepted communications or documents with some mention of SENTRY EAGLE, now that this has been released they know some of the conversation/document context.
 "unclassified but which the government does not believe should be subject to Freedom of Information Act requests" (wikipedia)