6th Signal Center

 

 

 

 

6th Signal Center Lineage and Honors

Constituted 10 August 1944 in the Army of the United States as the 3257th Signal Service Company

Activated 25 August 1944 in England

Inactivated 25 November 1945 in Germany

Re-designated 25 March 1953 as the 257th Signal Company, allotted to the Regular Army, and activated at Camp Gordon, Georgia

Inactivated 25 June 1959 at Camp Gordon, Georgia

Activated 12 August 1963 in France

Inactivated 12 November 1967 in Germany

Activated 1 July 1974 in Korea

Inactivated 16 October 1995 in Korea

Re-designated 27 January 2005 as the 6th Signal Center

Activated 16 October 2006 in Korea

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OFFICAL WEBSITE OF THE 1ST SIGNAL BRIGADE - KOREA

"THIS SITE IS BEST VIEWED WITH SCREEN SIZE SET TO 1280 BY 960 OR HIGHER"

DISCLAIMER: NON-DoD LINKS ON THE SITE ARE PROVIDED FOR MISSION SUPPORT AND AS A COMMUNITY SERVICES. THEIR APPEARANCE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT BY THE DoD, DA, OR 1ST SIGNAL BRIGADE.

Mission

Korea Theater Network Operations and Security Center (K-TNOSC) Mission To conduct Network Operations (NETOPS) and defense of the Korea portion of the Global Information Grid (GIG), enabling the theater enterprise service delivery to Combined, Joint and Army operations through operating, maintaining, and defending the LandWarNet capabilities during all phases of theater campaigns and other contingency operations as directed.

Commmander

LTC Robert R. Castillo

CSM

SGM Mark D. Bell

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