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Two Worlds#USArmyReserve Soldiers live in two worlds: defending their country, as well as leveraging their expert training in the private sector.Watch the video below to learn more.

Posted by U.S. Army Reserve on Thursday, April 19, 2018

As a Multi-Compositional command comprised of both Active Duty and Army Reserve Soldiers, Civilian employees and contractors, the 311th Signal Command (Theater) celebrates the 110th birthday of the Army Reserve, Monday April 23.

Ms./Sgt. Nahale, Army Reserve Admininistrator for HHC, 311SC(T), shared her journey of surviving cancer and becoming a swimming gold medalist, as guest speaker at a Womens History Observance for the Army Corps of Engineers Honolulu District at Fort Shafter, Apr. 17.
A Hawaiian native who learned how to swim before she could walk, Nahale spent much of her young life in the water, canoe paddling and working as a lifeguard for 20 years. Inspired by her daughter's optimism, Nahale decided early on she would not let an illness crush her spirit or keep her from the ocean's healing waters. Within several months of diagnosis she was training for the Warrior Games in Colorado and the Invictus Games in London. Throughout her travels she has bonded with and mentored many fellow Wounded Warriors and survivors with her sense of humor and passion for life. Mahalo, Ola, for a wonderful presentation that brought laughter and tears. You are a hero among us, your Pacific Signal ohana.

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Amy Elgiar, 311th Security Specialist, shared an engaging presentation on toxic leadership which facilitated a lively discussion during today's Sisters in Arms meeting. Great research Amy, thank you for new insight and perspectives to help us grow as leaders and mentor future leaders!

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Sharing this exciting news - the 1st Signal Brigade team has formed their own Sisters in Arms group and held their first meeting Mar. 22!

Thanks to the leadership and encouragement of our Chief of Staff, Col. Claire Cuccio who started our 311th Sisters in Arms group last year, several units across the Pacific have followed suit and formed Sisters in Arms groups at their organizations. These groups are open to both men and women, Military and Civilian. The 311th group has proven to build espirit-de-corps, facilitate a positive work environment, and much more.

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CPT McDaniel, a Plans Officer with the 311th G3, received a heartfelt send off today when the 311th command team and staff section leaders gathered to recognize his exceptional work on countless missions the past three years. Mahalo Joseph for your tireless efforts to improve our planning capabilities. Your Pacific Signal family wishes you well at the Signal Captain's Career Course and all your future assignments!

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Mr. Dan Clark, 311th Safety Officer, conducted a semi-annual Safety Council meeting with Pacific Signal Brigades via video teleconference in the conference room, Apr. 9

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The winners of the 311th SC(T) BWC for the active components were Spc. Yuchen Duan from 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Hawaii; and Sgt. Matthew Hauffen from 78th Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Okinawa. Spc. Duan and Sgt. Hauffen will go on to compete at the U.S. Network Enterprise Command BWC. The reserve component winner was Spc. Nicolas Cholula. Spc. Cholula will go on to compete at the U.S. Army Reserve Command BWC.

311th SC(T) 2018 Best Warrior Competition

The winners of the 311th SC(T) BWC for the active components were Spc. Yuchen Duan from 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Hawaii; and Sgt. Matthew Hauffen from 78th Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Okinawa. Spc. Duan and Sgt. Hauffen will go on to compete at the U.S. Network Enterprise Command BWC. The reserve component winner was Spc. Nicolas Cholula. Spc. Cholula will go on to compete at the U.S. Army Reserve Command BWC.

Posted by 311th Signal Command - Theater on Wednesday, April 11, 2018

The winners of the 311th SC(T) BWC for the active components were Spc. Yuchen Duan from 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Hawaii; and Sgt. Matthew Hauffen from 78th Signal Battalion, 516th Signal Brigade in Okinawa. Spc. Duan and Sgt. Hauffen will go on to compete at the U.S. Network Enterprise Command BWC. The reserve component winner was Spc. Nicolas Cholula. Spc. Cholula will go on to compete at the U.S. Army Reserve Command BWC.

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1LT Leever, SSG Lacaden and SSG Walton attended Additional Duty Safety Officer training at the Navy Lodge on Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Mar. 19-23, 2018.
LT Leever and SSG Lacaden were two of four honor graduates recognized by BG Anderson, Commander, 9th Mission Support Command.
The 32 students hailed from various locations across the Pacific, including 10 from Guam, three from Maui, two from Alaska, and one from Saipan.

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Soldiers, Civilians, Families of HHC enjoyed an Easter egg hunt and other fun activities on Palm Circle, Sat. Mar. 31. The kids gathered and colored eggs, made leis out of plastic eggs and beads, took photos with the Easter Bunny, tested their egg-packaging skills at the raw egg drop station, and competed in relay races.
Special thanks to Ms. Sophia and Ms. Karen for hosting, to all the wonderful vollunteers who made it possible, and especially to SPC Gordian for being our Easter Bunny!

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LTC Abadie, 311SC(T) G3, and Soldiers participating in the Main Command Post element of a Staff Exercise conduct a reveiw Mar. 27 of events in the past 12 hours to identify issues and recommend improvements to MCP operations, in preparaion for the Lightning Shock III exercise and to better support the Pacific Theater.

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Congrats to 304th ESB awardees!

30 MAR 2018

Video from today's award presentation.

Posted by HHC 304th ESB on Friday, March 30, 2018

BG Thoms convened for lunch with Civilian members of Pacific Team Signal at 311th SC(T) headquarters to get better aquainted with his team, Mar. 27.

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Surrounded by Family and friends, fellow Soldiers and Civilians of the 311th, Sgt. 1st Class Anastasia Doctor retired from the Army aboard the USS Missouri on Ford Island, Oahu, Mar. 22. She dedicated 24 years to the Army, culminating her career with the 311th Operations section the past two years. Many thanks to all who made her ceremony a success. Mahalo Ms. Doctor, for your passionate work with those less fortunate, and inspiring us to be more engaged in our communities! You will be long remembered, and missed.

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The 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion looked mighty spiffy yesterday!

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Team mates gathered on the Mamala Bay Lanai, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Fri. Mar. 16, to bid a fond farewell to LTC Coker, who will next take on a leadership role at Fort McCoy, WI. Coker is the Army's only AGR Finance Officer to be selected this year for a Centralized Selection List LTC command position! Mahalo Ma'am for your excellent support, we wish you well at Fort McCoy and beyond.

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Congragulations Bryan Peterson, of the G3 team, for your selection as the 311th SC(T) Department of the Army Civilian employee of 4th quarter CY17, and DAC of the Year for 2017!

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