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Office Chief of Signal

www.signal.army.mil/ocos 

706-791-7890, DSN 780-7890

Signal Towers, Building 29808

The Office Chief of Signal is responsible for the personnel development of all members of the Signal Regiment worldwide. The directorate performs strategic human resources planning and advises the Chief of Signal on officer, warrant officer and enlisted personnel proponent matters, both active and Reserve component. The staff coordinates with the Army G1/Human Resources Command to develop career programs for Signal areas of concentration, functional areas and military occupational specialties. The Office Chief of Signal participates in all personnel-related force integration functions affecting doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leader development, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF) products. The directorate administers the Signal Regimental and Marketing programs, oversees the Signal Regiment Historian and Museum operations, and serves as liaison to the Signal Corps Regimental Association. The Office Chief of Signal is also responsible for publishing the Signal Regiment’s professional magazine, the Army Communicator.

Directorate of Training

www.signal.army.mil/dot 

706-791-6206, DSN 780-6206

Signal Towers, Building 29808

The mission of the Directorate of Training (DoT) is complex and challenging. The DoT serves as the principal advisor to the Commanding General on all matters pertaining to training, directs all training matters for which the Signal Center has proponency, exercises staff supervision and training management for training conducted at the Signal Center and U.S. Army Signal Detachments at other installations, manages evaluation, accreditation, standardization and the Total Army School Systems Programs, serves as Activity Career Program Manager (ACPM) for CP32 training initiatives, manages the DA Career Intern Training Program, provides staff and faculty development training for instructors and training developers, and is responsible for training CP32 interns and assisting the CP32 Activity Career Program Manager in the development of the Signal School civilian workforce.

Additionally, the Directorate of Training is responsible for implementing the Signal Center’s concept for training the Joint Network Node (JNN). The purpose of JNN is to support the spiraling technology infusion of current and future battlefield network capabilities into future battlefield network capabilities to enable early fielding of Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) capabilities into future Army forces on an accelerated fielding timeline. Current forces must be enhanced immediately with commercial technologies to ensure operational relevancy and interoperability with future capabilities. The JNN enables the Army to accomplish rapid technology infusion of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) information technology hardware, software and elements of network management, information assurance and information dissemination management into the Brigade Combat Team (BCT), Division and Corps Warfighting platforms, strategic reach-back sites and Signal formations in Army units to support transformation to modular units.

Fort Gordon trains and supports the fifth-largest branch in the Army with approximately 55,000 Signal Soldiers, including Reserve Components worldwide. Approximately 20,000 officers, enlisted personnel and civilians are programmed for training at the Signal Center and detachments each year. Currently, the Signal Center offers 147 courses of instruction for officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel. These courses range from a few days to 26 weeks. The Directorate of Training, 15th Regimental Signal Brigade, five training battalions and the Leader College are responsible for conducting training in 34 military occupational specialty courses, 25 noncommissioned officer courses, 16 warrant officer courses, four officer specialty areas, 70 additional skill identifiers/functional courses, 16 interservice courses, three joint and 15 Department of Defense courses at the Signal Center and detachments. The Directorate of Training also coordinates training for Army Signal Soldiers at Keesler and Sheppard Air Force Bases, Fort Meade, Md., and Fort Hood, Texas.

Within the Directorate of Training are four separate divisions: the Operations Division, the Training Management Division, the Systems Integration Division and the Digital Training Division.

The Operations Division (OPS) provides oversight of daily operations, to include tasking; expense reports, both internal and external to the DoT; and management of all contracts through the Contract Management Office (CMO). CMO assists training departments with oversight on contract awards that are in place to meet the training requirements identified and defined in the Performance Work Statement to accomplish the training mission at the Signal Center. The OPS Division prepares the yearly budget for the DoT and coordinates resource requirements for personnel, equipment and facilities as appropriate. Other functions include, maintaining the automation requirements, i.e., computer hardware and software, to provide an interactive network for more than 200 workstations and related automation support equipment.

The Operations Division is also responsible for property accountability of all automation and audio video equipment. Additionally, within OPS resides the Publications/Media Branch (PUBS) which supervises and manages the publishing process of all Signal Corps proponent doctrine and training literature, command agency literature, and proponent augmentation training publications. The PUBS Branch also develops policies and procedures for programming, requisition, typing, storage, distribution and accountability for training publications and material.

The Training Management Division manages 1.1 million square feet of academic space; manages site preparation for training equipment and building renovations; manages the provision of training contracts; performs the school’s registrar functions for approximately 19,000 students a year; manages the school Army information management system that tracks the students’ academic progress; determines the school training capacity; develops all memorandums of agreement between the Signal Center and other activities and schools; manages communication and automation critical tasks taught in the school that support the warfighter; and manages the resources documentation (programs of instruction and course administrative data) for the school, ensuring resources are available to conduct the training. TMD manages inter-service training; manages mobilization training and school expansion required to support regional conflicts; manages the development of training products to support individual and collective training, in residence and in the unit, for all active and reserve component Soldiers; and conducts training for the school faculty and staff. TMD also provides training to the staff and faculty of the U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence on the methods of instruction, instructional media, Interactive Multimedia Instruction, instruction design and development, as well as a variety of professional development courses related to training development.

The Systems Integration Division (SID) manages the integration of all new Signal proponent and non-proponent systems and serves as the point of contact and manager for fielding new technology into the Signal School. SID personnel develop training strategies for input into the capabilities requirements documentation process for all Signal systems. SID develops, plans and coordinates training programs, materials and training aids, devices, simulation and simulators essential to the fielding of new communications-electronics equipment for the Army. SID personnel develop System Training Plans (STRAP) for all new Signal systems, verify adequacy and accuracy of training materials and technical manuals, develop the Training Test Support Package (TTSP) for support of test player training and operational tests, and prepare the Training Operational Test Readiness Statement (OTRS) to support Fielding of all new Signal systems. Team Signal is a branch under SID which provides Cohesion Operational Readiness Training (COHORT) to the Signal Company of Stryker Brigade Combat Teams and provides Army Digital Training Strategy (ADTS) to Advanced Individual Training (AIT), Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC), Signal Officer Branch Qualification (SOBQ), S6 (Communications Staff Officer) and Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC) as a part of Army Transformation at Fort Gordon.

The Digital Training Division (DLD) was established to be the organizational structure for delivering lifelong learning to Soldiers, leaders, units and civilians. It supports the LandWarNet eUniversity initiative by executing lifelong learning through four primary tenets: simulations — to get away from the heavy dependency on equipment for training; lifelong learning centers — the technical hub for the process where proponent content is created, stored and delivered; Unit Universities — Web-based learning portals designed and developed to provide specific and required training to units; and Web-based Sustained Self-Development training: a continuous cycle of education and training delivered via distributive learning methods where Soldiers happen to be, when they need the training and designed to support the Soldier’s lifelong learning. The DLD’s Lifelong Learning portal is the LandWarNet eUniversity  (lwn.army.mil), and it encompasses all five goals of the LWN initiative: train and educate Soldiers on LWN, develop and educate leaders on LWN, provide LWN education for lifelong learning, provide LWN training support to the warfighter and integrate combat development and research in training and education. The Signal Center continues to move ahead with implementing the lifelong learning concept. We are meeting the TRADOC Commanding General’s guidance to develop and export training to our Soldiers and leaders anywhere, anytime, using the most cost-effective mix of locations, materials and methods, delivered just in time and on demand.

Chief Information Office (CIO/G6)

706-791-6144, DSN 780-6144

Nelson Hall, Building 29801

The Chief Information Office (CIO/G6) provides strategic guidance and assistance to the U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence to facilitate the implementation of integrated information architecture. CIO/G6 envisions the Signal Center as a world-class institution for information technology skills and knowledge with the ability to reach members of the Fort Gordon Community, Signal Regiment and the Army, at any time, in any place. The CIO/G6 stands to provide support in the development and maintenance of an integrated strategic plan that moves the Signal Center toward a common Information Technology (IT) focus and enforces an integrated infrastructure. CIO/G6 also strives to advance the Signal Center as leader in IT and to protect and defend its systems, networks and information. The CIO/G6 ensures the Signal Center information management and information technology investments support mission needs. As the principal advisor to the Commanding General on all matters pertaining to IT, the CIO/G6 manages information effectively to ensure mission success.

Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy

www.signal.army.mil/rncoa 

706-791-6216, DSN 780-6216

Building 24402

The Signal Corps Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy is one of Fort Gordon’s largest training departments. The academy trains approximately 2,500 noncommissioned officers annually at Fort Gordon, Ga., and Fort Meade, Md. The academy currently trains eight senior leader courses and 13 advanced leader courses. The length of these courses varies according to the individual’s military occupational specialty. Course lengths range from five to eight weeks. The academy’s courses are designed to develop professional attributes and leadership skills that will provide noncommissioned officers with the self-confidence and responsibility required of noncommissioned officers throughout the Signal Regiment.

Capabilities Development Integration Directorate

706-791-4034, DSN 780-4034

Signal Towers, Building 29808

The Capabilities Development Integration Directorate is responsible for managing and integrating the user activities associated with the development, synchronization and integration of Communications Networks and associated aspects of the Army. The CDID will manage the commonality and interoperability aspects within the current and future force to ensure Army, Joint, Interagency and Multinational interoperability. Serves as a user representative for all aspects of the communications network system of systems. Intensively manages and synchronizes all doctrine, organizations, training, materiel, leader development, personnel and facilities (DOTMLPF) actions to deliver network capabilities over time. Responsible for capabilities development and support of system testing and fielding. Oversee efforts that implement and update the LandWar Net transition strategy for current force network transport and operations. Responsible for the three TRADOC Capabilities Managers, the Experimentation Division and the Signal Concepts, Requirements and Doctrine Division.

Experimentation Division

www.signal.army.mil/bcblg 

706-791-2057, DSN 780-2057

Building 19901

The U.S. Army’s Experimentation Division — Facility mission is derived from Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation 11-1. The mission is to provide overall direction, oversight, vertical and horizontal integration of all activities that are focused upon providing the means to improve and merge battle command and information warfare. Under this mission, the Experimentation Division is chartered as a research, analysis, prototyping, experimentation and assessment facility which leverages innovative, proven concepts and technologies to support the needs of the tactical warfighter. Specifically, the Experimentation Division has the following primary goals: Provide Future Force Experimentation support to all TRADOC battle laboratories and proponents; execute battle command and branch proponent experimentation and technology assessments and insertions activities; provide risk-mitigation analysis for U.S. Army Acquisition Program Managers; operate, manage and maintain the Battle Laboratory Collaborative Simulation Environment — Network Operations and Security Center (BLCSENOSC); deploy advanced communication networks to support the tactical warfighter as well as to support live force play in exercises and demonstrations; provide the U.S. Army’s conduit for the rapid integration/fielding of advanced C4 technologies; provide the means and standards to integrate Communications/Network Realism into Warfighting Modeling and Simulation Tools; and provide Modeling and Simulation to support Communications Network and System Performance Analysis.

To accomplish these goals, the Director of the Experimentation Division is focused on the definition of solutions to support Command, Control, Communication and Computer (C4) requirements for various current and future tactical networks as required to ensure sustained C4, massive combat power and eventual tactical mission success. Therefore, the Experimentation Division is driven to enhance the deployment of C4 Concepts and Technologies which provide timely, relevant and accurate information to warfighters and their battle staffs without tethering the Commander to a fixed location on the battlefield. Information media includes wired and wireless voice, data and video. The Experimentation Division is seeking to validate concepts and technologies that collect, manage, process, disseminate, transmit and display information for the warfighter. This technical approach ensures that Warfighting Concepts and Technologies are validated against the doctrine, organizations, training, materiel, leader development, personnel and facility (DOTMLPF) requirements of current and future forces.

Training and Doctrine Command Capability Managers

Training and Doctrine Command Capability Managers for Global Network Enterprise (GNE), Tactical Radios (TCM-TR), Networks and Services (TCM-NS)

706-791-7112/7982/7477, DSN 780-XXXX

Signal Towers, Building 29808

The mission of the Training and Doctrine Command Capability Managers is to perform as the Army’s centralized manager for all combat development user activities associated with the Global Network Enterprise (791-7112), Tactical Radios (791-7982), and Networks and Services 706-791-7477. Each capability manager serves as the Signal Center’s primary focal point for all activities pertaining to these mission programs and ensures that the user community’s total capabilities are represented, refined, fully integrated and implemented as these programs progress through development, deployment and life cycle.

Signal Museum

www.signal.army.mil/history/museum.html 

706-791-2818, DSN 780-2818

Conrad Hall, Building 29807

The Signal Museum offers the most complete and comprehensive collection of communications material in existence in the United States. Since the artifacts are representative of both the United States and foreign design, they tell the full story of modern communications development. The museum staff promotes Army values by educating members of the Regiment on the heritage and culture of the Signal Corps. Staff members also enhance the public’s awareness of the U.S. Army and the Signal Regiment through living history and community outreach programs. The Signal Museum is aligned under the Office Chief of Signal and underpins the Signal Center role as “home” of the Signal Regiment. The museum also houses a small collection from the 10th Armored Division and the 4th Infantry Division. The museum is free and open to the public. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

Signal Center Command Historian

www.signal.army.mil/ocos/historian 

706-791-5212, DSN 780-5212

Building 29717

The Command Historian office perpetuates the history of the U.S. Army Signal Corps through the collection, cataloging, preservation, analysis and instruction of branch history. The office maintains historical collections and serves as the institutional memory of the Signal Regiment — its archives are one of the largest of any branch, containing letters, writings, documents, trophies, awards and other artifacts and recognitions pertaining to the Signal Corps. The collection provides a basis for original research and preparation of the Regiment’s narrative history, and it supports leadership development programs that include battle staff rides to Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields in Georgia and the Southeast. The Historian office responds to historical inquiries from within the Department of Defense and the public, researches and conducts historical studies and analyses, and collects and documents historical information and “lessons learned” concerning the Signal Regiment’s ongoing support to the Global War on Terrorism. The Historian is aligned under the Officer Chief of Signal and underpins the Signal Center role as “home” of the Signal Regiment.

Ordnance Electronics Maintenance Training Departme

www.signal.army.mil/73 

706-791-2788, DSN 780-4515

Hazen Hall, Building 29815

Ordnance Electronics Maintenance Training Department is an ordnance mission partner at Fort Gordon. It is a training department of the 59th Ordnance Brigade, Fort Lee, Va. Ordnance Electronics Maintenance Training Department conducts advanced individual training for the following electronic maintenance military occupational specialties: 94D, Air Traffic Control (ATC) Equipment Repairer; 94E, Radio/COMSEC Repairer; 94F, Computer Detection System Repairer; 94L, Avionic Communications Equipment Repairer; and 94R, Avionic and Survivability Equipment Repairer. Ordnance Electronics Maintenance Training Department also conducts the Electronics Systems Maintenance Technician (948B) Warrant Officer Basic and Advanced Courses.

Regional Training Site-Medical

706-791-7999, DSN 780-7999

Building 13401

Regional Training Site-Medical is part of the 3rd Medical Training Brigade, Medical Readiness Training Command. The organization consists of subject matter experts in the areas of training, maintenance (both medical and nonmedical), logistics and administration. Regional Training Site-Medical enhances the readiness of U.S. Army Reserve and other Department of Defense personnel and units by providing specialized medical individual/collective training and area biomedical maintenance support. Didactic and field training environments are available for the various types of medical units to learn a variety of medical subjects and conduct collective training.

The Regional Training Site-Medical offers an excellent operational exercise platform that prepares medical units for a joint readiness training center rotation or an actual deployment. Regional Training Site-Medical furnishes on-site and mobile training teams and medical equipment maintenance teams to medical units within an assigned geographical area. Regional Training Site-Medical offers training and support to active and reserve medical units in all the services as well as to other government agencies.

General Dynamics LandWarNet School

www.gdc4s.com 

706-791-6429

Brant Hall, Building 25810

The General Dynamics C4 Systems (GDC4S) LandWarNet School is a self-contained training department that has been operating under the direction of the Signal Center Director of Training (G-3/5/7) since 1989.

GDC4S presently fulfills crucial training on the Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE), Joint Network Node (JNN) and the War­fighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) equipment for up to 10,000 Signal leaders and Soldiers per year. To date, more than 80,000 Soldiers have been trained by GDC4S at the LandWarNet School.

Instruction at the LandWarNet School is delivered by an experienced faculty and is designed to give a hands-on approach. Classroom training begins with an instructor-led conference covering the theory and practice of the task to be learned. This is followed with an opportunity for the students to practice the task using 3-D personal computer-based simulations or practical exercises. Finally, the student gets hands-on time on the actual equipment for more practice of the task and final testing of skill mastery. Testing is accomplished either on the actual equipment or through an online system delivering performance-based graphical tests. Training resources include more than 80 major signal assemblages and open racks, 2,000 computer systems and 52 labs and simulators.

The school also offers Distributed Learning and Mobile Training Team capabilities upon request. This training can be tailored to an individual unit’s needs. These services can be requested through the SIGCoE G3/5/7.

Since its inception, the GDC4S LandWarNet School has continuously evolved to keep pace with the training requisites of the Signal Regiment and will continue to deliver the highest quality training possible.

U.S. Army Command and General Staff College

U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Gordon Campus

www.cgsc.edu/satellite/index.asp 

706-791-4027/5147

Cobb Hall, Building 25801

Established at Fort Gordon in 2005, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Gordon Campus, is one of five CGSC campuses conducting the 15-week Intermediate Level Education (ILE) Common Core Course. CGSC’s main campus is at Fort Leavenworth, Kan., where it has operated since 1881. CGSC operates satellite campuses at Fort Belvoir, Va.; Fort Lee, Va.; Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; and Fort Gordon. The Fort Gordon CGSC campus is co-located in Cobb Hall with the Cyber College. All Army field grade officers must complete ILE to be considered educationally qualified for advancement. CGSC Fort Gordon conducts the CGSC Common Core Course, a 15-week resident, graduate-level, academic program featuring small-group seminars led by resident CGSC faculty. Each class consists of 64 mid-career officers, divided into four staff groups of 16 students each (15 Regular Army and 1 Reserve component officer per staff group). Students come to Fort Gordon from all over the world and represent all Army branches, specialties, and functional areas. They study Leadership, History, National Security Strategy, Operational Strategy and Planning, Joint Doctrine, Army Doctrine and Tactics, Logistics, Resource Management, and Force Management. Fort Gordon graduates three classes each year. Graduates receive up to 15 graduate credit hours from the University of Maryland and other universities and receive Joint Professional Military Education One (JPME 1) credit. Many Fort Gordon students attend civilian graduate programs or military functional area specialty programs in addition to the CGSC Common Core Course to complete their Intermediate Level Education. CGSC is the last formal military education for most Army officers; a select few will attend one of the Senior Service Colleges, such as the Army War College, later in their careers.

CECOM Life Cycle Management Command Training

CECOM Life Cycle Management Command Training Support Division

706-791-0179, DSN 780-0179

Topham Training Center, 421 10th Street

(Building RCC-1, RCC-2, RCC-3 and 992)

CECOM Life Cycle Management Command (LCMC) Training Support Division (TSD) is a fee-for-service Department of the Army organization which provides training and field support to the warfighter. TSD’s mission is to aid units in becoming self-reliant by providing the highest level of training at the lowest cost. We employ Subject Matter Expert (SME) instructors, who pride themselves in providing relevant and applicable content. With many of our TSD instructors having previously served in the military, TSD works hard to ensure its tactical training is unique and in line with Army operations not only in the field, but also during conflict.

In March 2010, TSD opened the Topham Training Center purposed to train Army National Guard, Army Reserve and civilian students. This facility houses six classrooms that are used for customer-sponsored training when not in use by PM WIN-T. When missions are abroad, TSD provides complete suites of equipment and brings training to the unit. In most cases, no customer hardware resources are needed. All the unit provides is an adequate and functional classroom. The rest is up to TSD. In addition, TSD trains at multiple Data Universities both in the United States and abroad.

TSD’s customer base consists of the following: Project Manager Warfighter Information Network Tactical (PM WIN-T), Fort Gordon Signal Center Software Engineering Center (SEC), U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM), U.S. Army Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC), Regimental Non-Commissioned Officer Academy White House Communications Agency (WHCA), Stryker Brigade Combat Teams, Logistics Assistance Representatives (LAR), U.S. Marine Corps, Product Manager Countermine & Explosive Ordnance Disposal (PM CM & EOD), Army Materiel Command (AMCOM), Combat Support Hospital (CSH), and U.S. Army Units.

TSD is comprised of five branches to service the Soldier at any level. Those branches are the Customer Support Branch (Fort Gordon, Ga.); Field Support Branch (Fort Campbell, Ky.); Training & Development Branch (Fort Gordon, Ga.); Tactical Command & Control (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.); and Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.). For more information, call 706-791-6150.

U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Human Research and

706-791-9421, DSN 780-9421

Signal Towers, Building 29808

Today’s Signal Regiment personnel must learn to operate and maintain increasingly complex and sophisticated communications electronics equipment and systems, from miniaturized voice and data packet radios to battlefield radio-telephone systems and mobile multichannel satellite terminals. With these technologies come tougher standards for military personnel in selection, training and performance.

The moderator between technological opportunities and requirements and personnel/system proficiency is human systems integration and the manpower and personnel integration program, a perspective and focus of the Army Research Laboratory’s Human Research and Engineering Directorate. The manpower and personnel integration program initiative, with its attention to human factors, is intended to ensure that the right kind and number of military personnel are assigned to a system, a user-friendly personnel-machine interface, with adequate and effective training and a safe and survivable work environment.

The Human Research and Engineering Directorate Field Elements at the U.S. Army Signal Center of Excellence, U.S. Army Communications Electronics Command and U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command, work together toward optimizing personnel performance through introducing manpower and personnel integration concerns in system requirements documents and pursuing them via system research, design, development, operational testing, evaluation and tracking — the full acquisition cycle.

The Army Research Laboratory’s Human Research and Engineering Directorate, Signal Center and Fort Gordon Field Element provide manpower and personnel integration expertise and related direct support to Fort Gordon’s Command Group, Capabilities Development Integration Directorate, Training and Doctrine Command Systems Managers and Battle Command Battle Laboratory. The Field element is in Signal Towers Room 301 and is staffed by a human factors engineer and an engineering technician.

U.S. Army Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipmen

706-791-4620, DSN 780-4620

Building 41204

Established at Fort Gordon in 1971, the Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Support Center is responsible for the calibration and repair support of all test measurement and diagnostic equipment for all activities assigned to Fort Gordon. Calibration and measurement services are supported for a wide range of physical, electrical, microwave and radiac instruments and are traceable to the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology. The Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Support Center is part of the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Support Region 2, located at Redstone Arsenal, Ala.

Architecture Integration Management Directorate

706-791-7250, DSN 780-7250

Moran Hall, Building 29803

The Architecture Integration Management Directorate (Forward)-Gordon is a forward positioned extension of the Architecture Integration and Management Directorate, Army Capabilities Integration Center, Headquarters, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, Va. The Architecture Integration and Management Directorate-Gordon is responsible for producing the network transport and services operational architectures for U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and Signal Center organizations and capabilities while integrating them into the larger collective enterprise and organizational architecture sets across the Army. Using the Department of Defense architecture framework, the Architecture Integration and Management Directorate-Gordon augments the Signal Center’s responsibility to produce operational architectures and conceptual systems architectures. It performs this function on the behalf of and under the direction of the Architecture Integration and Management Directorate, Fort Monroe, Va. The architectures include the current Modular Force and Future Modular Force Army organizations and capabilities. The Architecture Integration and Management Directorate-Gordon also provides network transport and services mission area architecture data input to the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command Core Architecture Data Integrated Environment (CADIE).

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