usa gif

35th Signal Brigade

 

Facebook |  YouTube

 

Facebook

On 17 April 2018 Csm. Wendell Marshall conducted NCOPD with the NCOs of 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary). During his professional development he discussed his CSM philosophy (C.L.I.M.A.T.E.)Competence and Confidence LeadershipIntegrityMaturityAccountability Time, Troop to Task, TrustExcellentCsm. Marshall had the NCOs conduct a exercise that required them to trust one another therefore building up confidence.#NCOsLeadtheWay #PrideisForever #KeytoCommand

Posted by 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary) on Thursday, April 19, 2018

Training is an important component of military success.
It takes dedication every day to become the best physical version of yourself and in turn, the best U.S. Army Soldier you can be.
Physical performance and success in combat may depend on a Soldier’s ability to perform skills like those required on the obstacle course. For this reason, and because they help develop and test basic motor skills, obstacle courses are valuable for physical training. There are many opportunities for endurance Confidence courses can develop confidence and strength by using obstacles that train and test balance and muscular strength and grow personal confidence. Here we see the Soldiers of the 35th Signal Brigade maneuver through an obstacle course that test individual skills and confidence at Fort Stewart, Ga., during the brigade’s Best Warrior Competition. The competition will determine the 35th Signal Brigade’s Soldier and Noncommissioned Officer of the Year. XVIII Airborne Corps 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary) 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion Fort Gordon Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Facebook photo

Land Navigation can be summed up with eight words,
"MISS BY AN INCH, MISS BY A MILE."
Current U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command ensures every U.S. Army Soldier acquire and maintain a basic knowledge and competency in land navigation using paper maps and compasses. There is a growing threat to the U.S. GPS capabilities and so the necessity to retain a redundant capability to maneuver on the battlefield remains. Here we see specifically Specialist Steven Kamer and SGT Dennis Holland both multichannel transmission systems operator-maintainers, assigned to the 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, and PFC Clarence Walker a chaplain assistant, assigned to the 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, and SSG Michael A. Merancio, an automated logistical specialist, assigned to the 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 35th Signal Brigade based out of Fort Gordon, Ga., competing in the 35th TTSB’s best warrior competition to determine the noncommissioned officer and Soldier of the year for the 35th Signal Brigade. (U.S. Army. photo by Spc. Zoe Garbarino/Released) XVIII Airborne Corps 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary) U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence Office of the Army Chief Information Officer/G-6 Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield #USARMY #knowyourmil

Facebook photo

The Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year Board Competition for the 35th Signal Brigade is now taking place on Fort Stewart Hunter Army Airfield, Ga. The competition is being held to select the most outstanding NCO and U.S. Army Soldier to represent the 35th TTSB at the Network Enterprise Technology Command/9th Signal Command NCO and Soldier of the Year competition in June. During this competition, these elite competitors will test their Army aptitude by conquering urban warfare simulations, board interviews, physical fitness tests, written exams, and Warrior tasks and battle drills relevant to today’s operating environment. Each event counted for a specific number of points with 500 being the maximum number of points a Soldier can score. Here we see Sgt. Andreas Graham, a wheeled vehicle mechanic with the 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion based out of Fort Stewart, Ga., 35th Signal Brigade, fires an M4 Carbine at Fort Stewart, April 16, 2018. Graham, along with other Soldiers in the Brigade, are competing in a Best Soldier competition for the 35th Signal Brigade. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Zoe Garbarino/Released) 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary) 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion Fort Gordon

Facebook photo

The Hard Chargers of the 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion HHC 63RD ESB were up bright and early conducting a Company ruck march! Great job everyone!

Facebook photo

The Animal Company Commander, CPT Hickman, recently did a battlefield rotation to meet with senior CJTF leadership. During one of her site visits, she performed a Shoulder Sleeve Insignia for war-time service ceremony for 1LT Fox, the 1st Platoon Leader.CPT Hickman recognized LT Fox for earning the right to wear the combat patch of the 35th Signal Brigade on his right shoulder indicating wartime service. As the mission progresses, additional ceremonies like this will be performed. #animals #traditions

Posted by A Co, 50th SIG BN - EXP on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

EMC Crew Certification at Joint Base Charleston, SC

March has been a busy month for Charlie Rock!

Posted by C Co, 50th SIG BN - EXP on Friday, March 23, 2018

U.S. Army Soldiers assigned to A Company, 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary) XVIII Airborne Corps departed yesterday to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility in support of Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve - عملية العزم الصلب. The name Inherent Resolve is intended to reflect the unwavering resolve and deep commitment of the U.S. and partner nations in the region and around the globe to eliminate the terrorist group ISIS and the threat they pose to Iraq, the region and the wider international community. It also symbolizes the willingness and dedication of coalition members to work closely with our friends in the region and apply all available dimensions of national power necessary - diplomatic, informational, military, economic - to degrade and ultimately destroy ISIS. The 35th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade deploys and executes Mission Command and Network Operations (NETOPS) of Expeditionary Communication Systems for XVIII Corps, ACF or designated land component commanders conducting Unified Land Operations and current missions.

Facebook photo

Food service Specialists assigned to the 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion 35th Theater Tactical Signal Brigade worked on their respective crafts during the battalions “Signal Week”.

During this week Soldiers trained on the maintenance, execution of mission sets and operation of equipment, as well as took time to teach new Soldiers from the experience of their superiors.

But not all Soldiers in the Lightning Battalion are communication specialties.

The culinary specialists trained on one of the most over looked but most appreciated skill sets to have in a deployed environment, field feeding.

Facebook photo

Soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 35th Signal Brigade recently improved their basic rifle marksmanship with a weapons familiarization training held at Fort Gordon, Georgia's Engagement Skill Trainer 2000. These qualifications are a small but important piece of individual and unit readiness.

#LionPride #Training #RifleMarksmanship #Readiness

HHC Engagement Skill Trainer

Soldiers of Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 35th Signal Brigade recently improved their basic rifle marksmanship with a weapons familiarization training held at Fort Gordon, Georgia's Engagement Skill Trainer 2000. These qualifications are a small but important piece of individual and unit readiness.#LionPride #Training #RifleMarksmanship #Readiness

Posted by 35th Signal Brigade on Wednesday, March 21, 2018
YouTube