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7th Signal Command (United States)

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Covid-19
Active  July 2008–current
Branch  United States Army
Part of  NETCOM
Country  United States
Type  Signal command
7th Signal Command (United States)
Garrison/HQ  Fort Gordon, Augusta, Georgia

The United States Army's 7th Signal Command (Theater) is responsible for the integration, security and defense of Army networks in the Continental United States. The 7th Signal Command is designed to extend Army network capabilities to Army forces in support of US based expeditionary operations. The command is one of five theater Signal Commands worldwide, and is a subordinate element of NETCOM/9th SC (Army). It was activated at Fort Gordon in July 2008.

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Mission

Install, operate, and defend Network and Mission Command capabilities for Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational forces within the Western Hemisphere in support of Unified Land Operations. As directed, support other national missions or contingency operations.

Units

The command structure for 7th SC (T) includes the 93rd Signal Brigade in Fort Eustis, Virginia and 106st Signal Brigade in Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The 93rd operates Network Enterprise Centers (NECs) at installations in the Eastern United States, while the 106th operates NECs in the West.

References

7th Signal Command (United States) Wikipedia


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