41st Signal Battalion

41st Crest

 

41st SIGNAL BATTLION MISSION STATEMENT:

41st Signal Battalion plans, engineers, installs, operates, maintains, and defends a robust, secure, agile, and responsive operational network that enables mission command throughout the Korean Peninsula in support of United Nations Command/ Combined Forces Command/ U.S. Forces Korea/ Eighth Army’s ability to conduct Full Spectrum Operations during armistice, crisis, and war.

 

HHD MISSION STATEMENT:

Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment plans, installs, operates, maintains, protects and restores Battalion Network Operations. Provides administrative, logistical and morale support to the Battalion. Provides Visual Information Support to the Korean Theater of Operations. On order, deploys to wartime locations and provides mission command for the 1st Signal Brigade's element of the USAG Yongsan Base Security Force.

 

201ST MISSION STATEMENT:

201st Signal Company plans, installs, operates, maintains, protects, and restores theater information management systems and services in support of the Korean theater of operations in an Army, Joint and Combined Environment.

 

251st MISSION STATEMENT:

251st Signal Detachment provides overall project management, technical oversight, engineering, installation, follow-on life cycle performance evaluation of signal systems and is the final authority for quality assurance and acceptance for facilities and projects that are a part of the 1st Signal Brigade operational base architecture in support of Eighth Army, U.S. Forces Korea, Combined Forces Command and NETCOM/ 9th Army Signal Command. The 251st Signal Detachment assures operational readiness of the operating base communications infrastructure in the Republic of Korea by enforcing adherence to technical and procedural standards during planning, installation and operations of communications facilities supporting armistice and transition to war in support of the Combatant Commander.

STATEMENT OF SERVICE
251st Signal Detachment
Constituted 18 February 1944 in the Army of the United States
As the 251st Signal Radar Maintenance Unit, Type C
Activated 10 July 1944 at Camp Davis, North Carolina
Inactivated 15 January 1946 on Saipan
Redesignated 23 March 1966
As the 251st Signal Detachment and allotted to the Regular Army
Activated 1 June 1966 at Fort McClellan, Alabama
Inactivated 14 October 1970 in Vietnam
Activated 16 October 2002 in Korea

 

275TH MISSION STATEMENT:

275th Signal Company plans, installs, operates, maintains, protects and restores theater operational base command and control communications to Korean theater of operations in an Army, joint and combined environment. On order, the company will deploy to establish a Forward Operational Base communication operation location.

 

362ND MISSION STATEMENT:

362nd Signal Company plans, installs, operates, maintains, protects and restores theater strategic command and control communications systems in support of UNC, CFC, USFK, Eighth Army and their subordinate commands.

 

552ND SIGNAL COMPANY:

552nd Signal Company plans, installs, operates, maintains, protects and restores theater strategic command and control communications systems and information management services in support of the 2nd Infantry Division, 501st Corps Support Group and the United Nations Command Security Battalion.

 

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41st Task Org

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Mission

Plan, Install, Operate, Maintain, Protect and Restore Theater Operational Base Communications Systems in Support of Korean Theater of Operations in an Army, Joint and Combined Environment. Document Military Operations Through Visual Information Multimedia. On Order, Conduct Base Security Force Operations and Deploy to War Time Locations.

Commmander

LTC Colonel Warren “Ray” Wood

CSM

CSM McKaig

CSM Mark McKaig

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