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Saying farewell to our beloved Chief of Staff last week was bittersweet. Congratulations on your retirement COL (ret) Claire Cuccio. You will be missed!

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Saying farewell to our beloved Chief of Staff last week was bittersweet. Congratulations on your retirement COL (ret) Claire Cuccio. You will be missed!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS!

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Here is a look at a day in the life of Pacific Team Signal!

Music by Flux Pavilion - I Can't Stop
Intro music from Call of Duty Black Ops

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As part of U.S. Army Reserve Command's Enhanced Readiness Initiative, Soldiers from HHC, 311th headquarters in Hawaii and the 311th USAR Support Unit in Tustin, CA, are serving on 179-day orders at Fort Shafter, HI, to help improve unit readiness and assist in planning events to support All Things Pacific and Focused Readiness. The Soldiers pictured here met with 311th Deputy Commanding Officer, Colonel Norris on far left, and Command Sergeant Major Barlogio on far right, in the command suite lobby, May. 31.

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The 311th Signal Command (Theater) held their annual Organization Day on Friday, June 8th, 2018. Soldiers, staff, and their families enjoyed the day at White Plains Beach and participated in different events. Events included a Hail and Farewell to incoming and outgoing personnel, the cutting of the cake to celebrate the Army's Birthday, and a variety of games.

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MAJ Denison farewell May 22, 2018

Soldiers and Civilians of HHC, 311th SC(T) gethered in the 311th command group foyer to celebrate MAJ Denison's accomplishments while serving as the G3 Network Systems Engineer, and wish him well on his next assignment with the Joint Communications Unit at Fort Bragg.
Mahalo Sir for helping improve our Signal team. You will be missed by your Pacific Signal ohana!

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PFC Benjamin competed at the USARPAC Best Paralegal Competition last week.

He held his own among his peers from throughout the Pacific AOR and received a coin from GEN Brown and the USARPAC SJA COL Smawley.

We are proud of PFC Benjamin's performance as he represented the 30th Signal Battalion and 311th OSJA extremely well!

PFC Payne did a great job serving as his sponsor for the events and helping him prepare for the week's events.

Great Job!

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Another outstanding NCO leaves island and moves on to the next challenge in his career. The G1 team and the entire command will miss having you in our formation. Your energy and work ethic is unparalleled and we know that your next unit will be lucky to have you. Aloha and a hui hou SSG Duvernay - continue to be great.

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In celebration of the Army Reserve's 110th birthday, 311th Command Sgt. Maj. Barlogio joined Brig. Gen. Anderson, Commander, 9th Mission Support Command, and the youngest and oldest Soldiers present, in cutting a birthday cake today at the Daniel K. Inouye U.S. Army Reserve Complex on Fort Shafter Flats.

As a multi-component command, the 311th is home to nearly two hundred Army Reserve Soldiers who serve in Hawaii and California and provide critical support to the Pacific Signal mission.

Here's to our citizen Soldiers - we could not do what we do without you!

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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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