The change of command is a military tradition that represents a formal transfer of authority and responsibility from the outgoing to the incoming commander ensuring that the brigade and its soldiers is never without official leadership, thus signifying a continuation of trust, and allegiance.
Col. Karen Roe, 21st Signal Brigade commanding officer, leads Soldiers on her last brigade run around Fort Detrick on Frederick, Maryland July 10, 2018.
Col. Karen Roe, 21st Signal Brigade commanding officer, leads Soldiers last brigade run around Fort Detrick. on Frederick, Maryland July 10, 2018. Roe addressed the Soldiers after the run and told them how much serving with the brigade meant to her. Roe will transition command of 21st Signal Brigade to Col. Paul D. Howard during a ceremony July 13.
21st Signal Brigade gathered to bid farewell to Vincent O. Illi July 6, 2018 during a luncheon. Vincent was part of Team 21st since September 2015. Good luck on all future endeavors!
Soldiers assigned to HHC, 21st Signal Brigade, tour Gettysburg National Military Park in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the unit’s Staff Ride. The Staff Ride is an educational tool for Soldiers that provides important insights into aspects of warfighting, military operations, and concepts of leadership.
SPC Hilda I. Clayton Best Combat Competition
The Armed Services Blood Program urges service members and eligible donors to make a difference by giving blood during the Fort Detrick Blood Drive to ensure a sufficient blood supply for service members, veterans and their family members.
Stop by the post chapel Wednesday May 2nd, from 0900-1300. For additional info please contact SFC Stokes at (240) 305-4849. Let's make a difference!
#togetherwecanmakeadifference, #asbp, #ftdetrickblooddrive
Soldiers assigned to HHC 21st Signal Brigade pose for a group picture during Baker’s Park Run.
On August 16 at 7 p.m. Our local Baseball Team the "Frederick Keys" will be hosting Fort Detrick Night at the Keys, when they play the Salem Red Sox. The installation Public Affairs are inviting service members to record shout outs that will be played on the screen in between innings. The shout outs will include: Rank, Name, Military affiliation or Unit, Hometown and "Thank you Frederick for your support."
Hi, I am Army Sgt. Raul Pacheco from Ewa Beach, Hawaii, and currently stationed here at Fort Detrick. Thank you Frederick Keys for supporting the military.
If you are interested please contact Installation PAO at (301) 619-2018 or 21st Signal Brigade PAO at (310) 619-9004 Thank you so much for your time!
Senior Leader Week sets forth the vision of the 21st Signal Brigade to develop competent and committed leaders of character and skills and attributes necessary to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.
With great honor the 21st Signal Brigade promotes (WO1) B. Kitchen to Chief Warrant Officer 2 (CW2). Please take the time to congratulate our newest Commissioned Officer.
(Warrant Officers are appointed by warrant from the Secretary of the Army. Chief Warrant Officers become commissioned officers as provided by the President of the United States. )
Senior Leader’s Week Kicks-off with physical readiness training at Soldierfit Frederick. The purpose of the week is to build esprit de corps, and enhance leadership cohesion.
...O'er The Land Of The Free And The Home Of The Brave.
Good morning Team 21. No better way to start your weekend.
Soldiers assigned to HHC 21st Signal Brigade conduct map reading and land navigation class during Sergeant’s Time Training.
The class is designed to enhance Soldiers critical skills that must be trained, practiced, and sustained at every unit.
With great pride we present SGT. Cowell, who just joined the time honored corps, known as "The Backbone of the Army." Please take the time to congratulate our newest Noncommissioned Officer to join Team 21.
21st Signal Brigade gathered for a night of family bowling at Frederick’s Terrace Lanes. Making memories, taking pictures, and having lots of fun with “TEAM 21.”