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311th Signal Command (Theater)
Headquartered at Fort Shafter, the 311th Theater Signal Command combines the strengths of more than 3,000 active duty and Reserve Soldiers and Army civilians to bring expertise, experience and commitment to meet the Army’s communications mission in the Pacific. As a USARPAC Theater Enabling Command (TEC), the 311th SC(T) exercises operational control over the 516th Signal Brigade, headquartered in Hawaii, and the 1st Signal Brigade, in Korea.
The 516th Signal Brigade commands five battalions and a Regional Cyber Center (RCC). Battalions include the 30th Signal Battalion in Hawaii; the 58th Signal Battalion, in Okinawa, Japan; the 78th Signal Battalion, in Japan; the 59th Signal Battalion, in Alaska; and the 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion (ESB), in Hawaii and Alaska.
The 1st Signal Brigade commands three battalions and an RCC in Korea. Battalions include the 36th Signal Battalion, the 41st Signal Battalion, and the 304th ESB.
The 311th SC(T) plans, engineers, operates, maintains, defends, and extends Army and Joint networks throughout the Pacific Theater to enable mission command for unified land operations across all Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational (JIIM) operational phases, and as directed, supports cyberspace operations to ensure U.S. and allied freedom of action in cyberspace and to deny the same to our adversaries.
The vision of the 311th SC(T) is “One Team” of proud and trusted professionals delivering responsive, reliable and operationally relevant network capabilities to our fellow USARPAC and USPACOM warfighters — on time and on target, regardless of location or mission.
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