7th Signal Command (Theater) Conducts Best Warrior Competition 23-27 April 2018 - Day 1. "Mingle" - Ice Breaker Dinner. Good night! Day 2, 6 a.m., Day Land Navigation.
7th Signal Command (Theater) Conducts Best Warrior Competition 23-27 April 2018 - Day 1. "Survive" - Protect Yourself from Chemical and Biological Contamination: Don the gas mask. "Be Ready to Shoot" - Perform A Function Check on an M-16 rifle.
7th Signal Command (Theater) Conducts Best Warrior Competition 23-27 April 2018 - Day 1 Engagement Skills Trainer Weapons Familiarization Photos. "Hold Steady"
106th Signal Brigade Celebrates - On 13 April 2018, the 106th Signal Brigade hosted an event to celebrate Month of the Military Child. The City of San Antonio signed a proclamation whereas 13 April 2018 is "Purple Up! For Military Kids Day." Leadership from HHC, 106th Signal Brigade and HHD, 56th Signal Battalion demonstrated their appreciation to the families and children for their sacrifices they make and unconditional support to our Armed Forces.
93rd Signal Brigade Receives Award - On 18 April 2018 the 93rd Signal Brigade and cited units were awarded the Army Superior Unit Award. During the period 1 June 2014 to 31 January 2016, the 93rd Signal Brigade and cited units provided superior service in support of the United States Army's network operations and Defense of the CONUS Department of Defense Information Network-Army. The brigade's keen understanding of operational force requirements enabled them to develop and provide excellent Signal and Cyber education thereby providing the Army seamless integration of follow-on forces into the global network enterprise. Their ability to meet the Army's increasing cyber training requirements while implementing the first ever regionalization model and keeping pace with ever changing technological advances demonstrates the superior efforts across the organization. The 93rd Signal Brigade and cited units are in keeping with the finest tradition of military service and reflect great credit upon themselves, the United States Army Cyber Command and the United States Army. Signed Mark T. Esper, Secretary of the Army. Congratulation and job well done!
Steel-Sumpter Retirement Award Ceremony - Master Sgt. LaTonya Steel-Sumpter received the Meritorious Service Medal from Brig. Gen. Welton Chase, Jr., commanding general, 7th Signal Command (Theater) during a ceremony at the command’s headquarters today [April 13, 2018]. The medal recognized her retirement from the Army after 24 years of service. She also received an Enrollment as a Signaleer certificate and a command coin from Chase. Representatives of the command honored Steel-Sumpter with a red carpet clap out as she departed. We thank you and your family for your service to the command, the Army and the nation! Good luck with your new challenges and adventures!
7th Signal Command (Theater) Master Sergeant Selection List (FY18) - Congratulations!
106th Signal Brigade Best Warrior Competition - CPT Kevin Kusumoto, HHC, SSG Maurice Sumpter, HHC and SPC Steven Santellan, 56th Signal Battalion won the 106th Signal Brigade Best Warrior Competition and will move on to compete at the 7th Signal Command (Theater) competition. Congratulations - Job Well Done!
Sexual Assault and Prevention Month - Each April, civilian and military communities observe Sexual Assault and Prevention Month to raise awareness, prevent sexual violence and provide essential support to survivors. We all have the responsibility to set the conditions that enforce Army standards to prevent and respond to these offenses when they occur each and every day. Make a pledge to prevent Sexual Assault and Harassment! Sergeant Major of the Army, SMA Daniel A. Dailey states it the best - "Sexual assault - not in my squad - not in my Army"
21st Signal Brigade Best Warrior Competition - SPC Tyler Gadapee, Cable Section, and 1LT Omar Cabrera, Assistant S3 of the 114th Signal Battalion won the 21st Signal Brigade Best Warrior Competition and will move on to compete at the 7th Signal Command (Theater) competition. Congratulations - Job Well Done!
On 6-8 April 18 the 7th SC (T) Chaplain hosted a Strong Bonds Single Parents event at Hilton Head, South Carolina. Fellowship and fun were enjoyed by all!
Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 7th Signal Command (Theater) Change of Command - On 29 March 2018, Brigadier General Welton Chase, Jr., Commanding General, 7th SC (T), hosted the HHC, 7th SC (T) Change of Command. We say farewell to the outgoing commander Captain Sharonda L. Smith and wish her the best on her following assignment - job well done - we are proud of you! We welcome Captain Marcus T. Mustin the incoming commander. We look forward in serving with you! Congratulations to both. "Enabling Cyber Security"
Fisch Promotion Ceremony - Brig. Gen. Welton Chase, Jr., commanding general, 7th Signal Command (Theater), promoted Maj. Mary Fisch to lieutenant colonel during a ceremoy at Fort Gordon’s Bicentennial Chapel today. Fisch serves as the command judge advocate at 7th SC (T). Congratulations to Lt. Col. Fisch and her family. Thank you for your service to the command, the Army and the nation!
The USANEC-SC conducted team building events from 7-9 Mar 2018 to enhance unit morale and strengthen ties with U.S. Marine Corps Forces, South (MARFORSOUTH). "La Voz de SOUTHCOM"
Westbrook Selected - On behalf of BG Welton Chase Jr., Commander 7th Signal Command (Theater), CW4 (P) Chris R. Westbrook Jr. has been selected to serve as the next 7th Signal Command (Theater) Command Chief Warrant Officer. CW4 (P) Westbrook is a proven leader with impeccable character and outstanding technical knowledge. Please join the command in congratulating CW4 (P) Westbrook and his Family as they transition into the 7th Signal Command (Theater) over the coming months. "Enabling Cyber Superiority"
Run at the Rapids - On 7 Mar 2018 the HHC, 7th SC (T) Non-Commissioned Officers conducted a run at Savannah River Rapids. "Backbone of the Army"
56th Signal Battalion NCO Induction Ceremony - CSM Bryan M. Pfeifer hosted the battalion's first bi-annual NCO induction ceremony. The ceremony's guest speaker was the ARSOUTH Command Sergeant Major, CSM William Rinehart. "Get the Message Through!"
Greening Selected - On behalf of the Sergeant Major of the Army, Command Sergeant Major Maurice S. Greening, 106th Signal Brigade, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, has been selected as the Command Sergeant Major, 7th Signal Command (Theater), Fort Gordon, Georgia. Please pass on your congratulations to CSM Greening. "Backbone of the Army"
Lockett Excels - Sergeant Joi D. Lockett was selected as the HHC, 7th Signal Command (Theater) NCO of the Quarter, 1st Quarter FY18! Congratulations to SGT Lockett! "Backbone of the Army"
Soldiers of the 56th Signal Battalion GC3T are recognized by MG Ryan, Commander, SDDC for flawless communications travel support! Congratualations for dedicated service and professionalism. "Get the Message Through"
Breakiron's Promotion - COL Stephen A. Middleton, Chief of Staff, 7th Signal Command (Theater), promoted 2LT Nicolas C. Breakiron, to 1LT during a ceremony on 22 Feb 2018. 1LT Breakiron's father, Mr. Richard Breakiron, had the honor of pinning the "silver bar" on his son's chest. 1LT Breakiron is the new executive officer for HHC, 7th Signal Command (Theater). Congratulations! Ruck Up and Move Out!
All Hands - The 7th Signal Command (Theater) team participated in the command’s monthly All Hands forum yesterday [February 15, 2018] at the Gordon Club. Each of the sections provided an overview of key initiatives, new and departing members of the team were recognized, and a special presentation covered voting and voting registration. Marilyn Maxie received junior civilain of the quarter honors and Justine McDonald was recognized as the senior civilian of the quarter. Russell Gambrell received recognition for 30 years of service to the government and Stephanie Oliver was recognized for 15 years of service. 7th Signal Command (Theater) - Enabling Cyber Superiority.
Perry's Promotion - BG Welton Chase, Jr., Commander, 7th Signal Command (Theater), promoted SSG Paul G. Perry, to Sergeant First Class during a ceremony on 6 Feb 2018. SFC Perry's wife pinned on the new SFC rank insignia. CSM Kristine A. Purnell, Command Sergeant Major, 7th Signal Command (Theater) presented SFC Perry with his new SFC leader book. Thank you for your service to the command, Army and Nation. "Backbone of the Army"