1st Signal Brigade

1st Signal Brigade

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41st Signal Battalion

41st Signal Battalion installs, operates, maintains, and defends a robust, secure, agile and responsive operational network that enables mission command throughout the Korean Theater of Operations in support of United Nations Command, Combined Forces Command, U.S. Forces Korea, and 8th Army’s ability to conduct Unified Land Operations during armistice, crisis and war.

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Mission

The 41st Signal Battalion provides and defends operational networks enabling mission command for U.S. and Coalition Forces throughout the Korean Peninsula.

Leaders

  • LTC Tilisha C. Lockley Battalion Commander LTC Tilisha C. Lockley
  • CSM Patrick D. Nicholson Battalion Sergeant Major CSM Patrick D. Nicholson

HHD MISSION STATEMENT

Headquarters & Headquarters Detachment, 41st Signal Battalion plans, conducts and enables Mission Command and Sustainment Operations IOT Engineer, Install, Operate, Maintain, and Defend a flexible and reliable strategic network to provide enterprise services.

293RD MISSION STATEMENT (USANEC CP Casey)

293rd Signal Company Installs, Operates, and Maintains Theater Strategic Transport, Network Communication capabilities. Provides C4IM services, Information Management services, Mission Command, and enables Joint & Combined Communications Systems in support of PACOM, USFK, UNC, CFC, 8A and 2ID.

362ND MISSION STATEMENT (USANEC Seoul)

362nd Signal Company provides strategic communication capabilities and Network Enterprise Services, enabling Mission Command for tenant units within Area II.

501st MISSION STATEMENT (USANEC CP Humphreys)

USA Network Enterprise Center - Camp Humphreys provides enterprise, installation, and transport communications service throughout the Area III Korean Theater of Operations (KTO) enabling Mission Command to commander; provides strategic communications support to Camp Humphreys Transformation.

169th MISSION STATEMENT (USANEC CP Walker)

USANEC-Walker provides strategic communications services to the warfighters via SIPR/NIPR during peacetime, theater level exercise and contingency operations, enabling mission command for U.S. and coalition forces operating on the Korean Peninsula.

275th DSCS MISSION STATEMENT

275th Signal Company installs, operates, and maintains the operational defense satellite communications system infrastructure throughout Camp Carroll and Area IV of the Korean Area of Operation enabling joint and combined mission command in support of UNC/CFC/USFK/8A’s ability to lead, direct, and maneuver available forces during armistice, crisis, or war.