Suva, Fiji, Sept. 16 - 23 -- At the request of the Fiji Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Women, the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Office of Women, Peace & Security (WPS) delivered a workshop to introduce a whole-of-society approach to developing a WPS National Action Plan guided by UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 principles and gender perspective. Building on a substantive body of current Fijian actions, the workshop established a Fiji WPS NAP that employs a systematic, collaborative and inclusive approach to good governance. This initiative is crucial to transforming gender perspectives into policies, programs, and resourcing. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. Hailey Miller)
Contestants from the 335th Signal Command (Theater), 200th Military Police Command, and Army Reserve Legal Command, particate in the Combined Best Warrior/Best Squad competition in Tampa, Florida, March 11-19, 2022. The 335th Signal Command (Theater) proudly hosted this event in coordination with the Joint Communication Support Element Headquarters at Macdill, Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. The two finalists from each command, one enlisted and one noncommissioned officer, will then compete at the United States Army Reserve Headquarters, Fort Bragg, NC for the next level of competition. (U.S. Army Reserve video by SGT. Tarako Braswell)
Soldiers of the Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC), 335th Signal Command (Theater), conducted Annual Training at Fort Jackson, SC. During this Annual Training named Lightning Strike '21, Soldiers went through the new Individual Weapons Qualification standards. Here shown is a short video through the Soldiers' perspective. The new standards provide tough training and realism to improve overall Readiness and Lethality on the Battlefield.
Take some time to relax, recharge and reconnect with your friends and families this holiday season. Our thoughts are with our over 400 Soldiers deployed around the globe and our Command Sergeant Major Edward Simpson this holiday season.
335th Signal Command (Theater) #Soldiers with the 490th Signal Company TIN-E share their experience in the U.S. Army Reserve and how the training they've received paved a path for them both in and out of uniform in the information technology field. Video by Staff Sgt. Steven Hitchcock
Coming straight out of MacDill Air Force Base, the "Mustangs" are the Army Reserve's element of the Joint Communications Support Element and provide commmunications support to United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) and early-entry communications using the most advanced communications training and equipment found in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). Video by Capt. David Gasperson
You're a troop program unit officer in America's Army Reserve that's been selected for promotion! But hold on warfighter, making the promotion list doesn't mean you can start wearing the new rank. A few things need to happen first! Take a look. Video by 335th Signal Command (Theater) Public Affairs
In an effort to better prepare for the threat of an active shooter, the 335th Signal Command (Theater) recently partnered with the East Point Police Department and conducted a joint training exercise. Watch this video. It provides an inside look into the training and the partnership that has evolved from it. WARNING: This video contains a dramatization that may be uncomfortable for viewers ///
Graduating Soldier has a medical roadmap to success
U.S. Army Reserve Sergeant Rebecca Waters, Combat Lifesaving Instructor with the 490th Chemical Battalion, talks with co-instructor U.S. Army Sergeant Lindsey Steward of the 490th Chemical Battalion during the Combat Life Saving course being taught to public affairs Soldiers at the Horace B. Hanson Army Reserve Center in Birmingham, Al December 16, 2022. The two-woman team are preparing the 372nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment for future up and coming operations. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. John W. Todd)
Jan. 3, 2023 - Having a plan is crucial to walking the road to success, and U.S. Army Reserve Sgt. Rebecca Waters seems to have it down to a “science.” A native of Gainesville, Texas, Waters has been a medic for over 13 years, and a Combat...

Army Reserve Cyber Protection Brigade represents Army Reserve in SANS annual NetWars DoD Services Cup Cyber Competition 2022
335th Signal Command leadership and U.S. Army Reserve Cyber Protection Brigade leadership taking a team photo with the Netrunners on Dec. 15, 2022, at Hilton Washington, Washington D.C.
Dec. 27, 2022 - The Army Reserve Cyber Protection Brigade represented the U.S. Army Reserve in the SANS NetWars DoD Services Cup Championship during Dec. 15 – 16, 2022 in Washington D.C...

319th Signal Battalion conducts 'Welcome Home' ceremony
Command Sgt. Maj. Russel Price, 335th Signal Command command sergeant major, Brig. Gen. Michael Dougherty, 335th Signal Command deputy commanding general, Lance Izumi, J.D., California’s Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army, Daniel Furtado, California’s Army Reserve Ambassador, Lt. Col. Stephanie Lee, 319th Signal Battalion commander, and Command Sgt. Maj. Norman Delise, 319th Signal Battalion command sergeant major, participated in a “Welcome Home” ceremony for Soldiers who had deployed to Kuwait at the California State University’s main quad, in Sacramento, Calif., October 22, 2022. United States signal units provide deployable force projection signal support and rapid communications for the U.S Army, joint and combined operations.
Oct. 27, 2022 - Brig. Gen. Michael Dougherty, 335th Signal Command deputy commanding general, and Lt. Col. Stephanie Lee, 319th Signal Battalion commander, conducted a “Welcome Home” ceremony for Soldiers who had deployed to Kuwait at the...

The 505th Signal Brigade trains at the range on Camp Navajo
Led by Capt. Jonathon Carnegie, 505th Signal Brigade chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear officer and OIC in-charge of the qualification range, 42 505th Signal Brigade Soldiers traveled to Camp Navajo in Arizona for weapons familiarization training September 22-25, 2022. Eye and ear protection were observed, before entering the range and were remained during the entire use of the range. The 505th Signal Brigade deploys to conduct mission command and provide network planning and engineering support for assigned units.
Oct. 3, 2022 - Led by Capt. Jonathon Carnegie, 505th Signal Brigade chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear officer, 42 505th Signal Brigade Soldiers traveled to Camp Navajo in Arizona for weapons familiarization training September...

335th Signal Command (Theater) welcomes new commander
Soldiers assigned to the 335th Signal Command (Theater) bid farewell Maj. Gen. John Phillips, center, and welcomed Maj. Gen. Tina Boyd, right, on Aug 21. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Spc. Jacob Fontenot)
Sept. 1, 2022 - The U.S. Army Reserve 335th Signal Command (Theater) held a change of command ceremony Aug. 20, at Signal Theater on Fort Gordon, at which time Maj. Gen. John Phillips relinquished command to Maj. Gen. Tina Boyd...
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