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    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 23, 2014) - The official opening of the Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray Cyber Center – Europe commenced with a ribbon cutting ceremony, which was held here Wednesday on Clay Kaserne. Three groups made of the official ribbon cutting party. In the center, Col. Jimmy L. Hall, Jr., commander, 5th Signal Command and U.S. Army Europe Chief Information Officer/G6 was joined by Annie Gray, spouse of the late Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray, Lt. Col. Daniel A. Holland, director, Regional Cyber Center – Europe and Command Sgt. Maj. Harry Mercado, 5th Signal Command. The group to the far right included Col. Mary L. Martin, commander, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden and she was joined by Mrs. Francis Gray-Head, daughter of the late Lt. Gen. Gray, and her husband Lt. Col. Mark Head and Command Sgt. Major Roy L. Rocco, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden. On the left Lt. Col. Charles Hemphill, deputy commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District was joined by Herr Bertram Giesinger (Far left), director, Karlsruhe Regional office, Wolff und Muller and Herr Thomas Platte (Center Left), director, Hessian Construction Management Agency. (Official Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason) (released)

    Gray Cyber Center - Officially Open for Business

    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 23, 2014) - The official opening of the Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray Cyber Center – Europe commenced with a ribbon cutting ceremony, which was held here Wednesday on Clay Kaserne. Three groups made of the official ribbon cutting party. In the center, Col. Jimmy L. Hall, Jr., commander, 5th Signal Command and U.S. Army Europe Chief Information Officer/G6 was joined by Annie Gray, spouse of the late Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray, Lt. Col. Daniel A. Holland, director, Regional Cyber Center – Europe and Command Sgt. Maj. Harry Mercado, 5th Signal Command. The group to the far right included Col. Mary L. Martin, commander, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden and she was joined by Mrs. Francis Gray-Head, daughter of the late Lt. Gen. Gray, and her husband Lt. Col. Mark Head and Command Sgt. Major Roy L. Rocco, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden. On the left Lt. Col. Charles Hemphill, deputy commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Europe District was joined by Herr Bertram Giesinger (Far left), director, Karlsruhe Regional office, Wolff und Muller and Herr Thomas Platte (Center Left), director, Hessian Construction Management Agency. (Official Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason) (released)

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    Published July 24, 2014
    
                    MONS, Belgium (Apr. 20, 2014) - 1st Sgt. Jared Dowland, 128th Signal Company, 39th Signal Battalion, meets with the boy whose life he saved on Easter day. Dowland credits his Army training for quickly responding to the boy in a dire situation.
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    The Easter Miracle: 5th Signal Command first sergeant uses Army training to save local boy’s life.

    MONS, Belgium (Apr. 20, 2014) - 1st Sgt. Jared Dowland, 128th Signal Company, 39th Signal Battalion, meets with the boy whose life he saved on Easter day. Dowland credits his Army training for quickly responding to the boy in a dire situation.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany  – During a relinquishment of responsibility ceremony held at the fitness center on Clay Kaserne, Command Sergeant Major Milton L. Weatherly, senior enlisted advisor, 2nd Signal Brigade, passed the Noncommissioned Officer’s Sword to Command Sergeant Major Harry Mercado, senior enlisted advisor, 5th Signal Command, signifying his last official act with 2nd Signal Brigade. Weatherly is scheduled to become the interim senior enlisted advisor for Network Enterprise Technology Command. 
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    WIESBADEN, Germany (April 14, 2014) – During a relinquishment of responsibility ceremony held at the fitness center on Clay Kaserne, Command Sergeant Major Milton L. Weatherly, senior enlisted advisor, 2nd Signal Brigade, passed the Noncommissioned Officer’s Sword to Command Sergeant Major Harry Mercado, senior enlisted advisor, 5th Signal Command, signifying his last official act with 2nd Signal Brigade. Weatherly is scheduled to become the interim senior enlisted advisor for Network Enterprise Technology Command.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany – Staff Sgt. Lawrence L. White (left), network section supervisor, 102nd Signal Battalion, evaluates Sgt. Robert B. Biederman, watch NCO, Theater Cyber Operations Integration Center, 5th Signal Command, on his ability to treat a wounded Soldier and to apply proper first aid during HHD 102nd Commander’s Prime Time Training competition. 
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    Competition Provides Prime Time Training

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Staff Sgt. Lawrence L. White (left), network section supervisor, 102nd Signal Battalion, evaluates Sgt. Robert B. Biederman, watch NCO, Theater Cyber Operations Integration Center, 5th Signal Command, on his ability to treat a wounded Soldier and to apply proper first aid during HHD 102nd Commander’s Prime Time Training competition.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany – Chaplain (Col.) Rodney A. Lindsay, chaplain, U.S. Army Europe delivers a passionate speech to nearly 100 Soldiers, civilians and family members during a prayer breakfast event hosted by 5th Signal Command at the Community Activity Center. 
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    Leaders Lead in Prayer; Soldiers Follow

    WIESBADEN, Germany – Chaplain (Col.) Rodney A. Lindsay, chaplain, U.S. Army Europe delivers a passionate speech to nearly 100 Soldiers, civilians and family members during a prayer breakfast event hosted by 5th Signal Command at the Community Activity Center.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany -- Soldiers and civilians with 5th Signal Command watched a training video during a SHARP Bystander Intervention training class. The video was designed to help the viewers identify scenarios when a potential sexual harassment or sexual assault might require bystander intervention and to assist in developing intervention strategies.  
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    5th Signal Command gets “SHARP” with Bystander Intervention training.

    WIESBADEN, Germany -- Soldiers and civilians with 5th Signal Command watched a training video during a SHARP Bystander Intervention training class. The video was designed to help the viewers identify scenarios when a potential sexual harassment or sexual assault might require bystander intervention and to assist in developing intervention strategies.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany -- Brig. Gen. Eckart Klink, commanding general of Hessen State Command, hosted Col. Mitchell L. Kilgo, commander, 5th Signal Command, Command Sergeant Major Harry Mercado, 5th Signal’s senior enlisted advisor, along with a small group of senior officers from 5th Signal Command, 2nd Signal Brigade, and US Army Europe G6/Communications at the Hessen State Command headquarters in downtown Wiesbaden. The intent of the meeting was to brief 5th Signal Command leadership on the roles and responsibilities of Hessen State Command and to explore possibilities of future partnership activities at the operational and social engagement levels.
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    WIESBADEN, Germany -- Brig. Gen. Eckart Klink, commanding general of Hessen State Command, hosted Col. Mitchell L. Kilgo, commander, 5th Signal Command, Command Sergeant Major Harry Mercado, 5th Signal’s senior enlisted advisor, along with a small group of senior officers from 5th Signal Command, 2nd Signal Brigade, and US Army Europe G6/Communications at the Hessen State Command headquarters in downtown Wiesbaden. The intent of the meeting was to brief 5th Signal Command leadership on the roles and responsibilities of Hessen State Command and to explore possibilities of future partnership activities at the operational and social engagement levels.

    
                    SCHWEINFURT, Germany  – Soldiers with Alpha Company, 72nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, work diligently to turn in all of their equipment in anticipation of the battalion’s eventual inactivation this summer.  Through the hard work and dedication of the Soldiers, the battalion was able to complete the task of turning in all of their WIN-T equipment in one day. 
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    SCHWEINFURT, Germany – Soldiers with Alpha Company, 72nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, work diligently to turn in all of their equipment in anticipation of the battalion’s eventual inactivation this summer. Through the hard work and dedication of the Soldiers, the battalion was able to complete the task of turning in all of their WIN-T equipment in one day.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany (March 12, 2014) – Sergeant Major Stephen W. Heichelbech (center right), operations sergeant major, 5th Signal Command, was appointed to the position of command sergeant major during a small ceremony held at 5th Signal Command headquarters. Heichelbech is scheduled to become the next command sergeant major of the 102nd Signal Battalion later this month. (Photo by Sgt. Marshall R. Mason) 
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    WIESBADEN, Germany (March 12, 2014) – Sergeant Major Stephen W. Heichelbech (center right), operations sergeant major, 5th Signal Command, was appointed to the position of command sergeant major during a small ceremony held at 5th Signal Command headquarters. Heichelbech is scheduled to become the next command sergeant major of the 102nd Signal Battalion later this month. (Photo by Sgt. Marshall R. Mason)

    
                    GARMISCH, Germany – Lt. Col. Daniel A. Holland (Left), director of 5th Signal Command’s Regional Cyber Center-Europe, and his wife enjoy one of the many presentations given during a Strong Bonds family retreat held at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort.  Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led Army program designed to increase individual Soldier and family member readiness through relationship education and skills training. (Photo by Sgt. Marshall R. Mason) 
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    Building Stronger Family Bonds

    GARMISCH, Germany – Lt. Col. Daniel A. Holland (Left), director of 5th Signal Command’s Regional Cyber Center-Europe, and his wife enjoy one of the many presentations given during a Strong Bonds family retreat held at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort. Strong Bonds is a unit-based, chaplain-led Army program designed to increase individual Soldier and family member readiness through relationship education and skills training. (Photo by Sgt. Marshall R. Mason)

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