2nd Signal Brigade's best trained, most customer focused team; committed to Soldiers, Civilians and Families; while providing rapid, robust, and reliable mission command networks and services to Army, Joint, and Coalition mission partners.
Plan, install, operate, maintain, and protect mission command networks and services as an extension of the GIG throughout Italy, the Balkans, Africa, and other specified locations to enable Army, Theater, Joint, and Combined Force Warfighters.
- Conduct Sustainment Operations (Art 4.0)
- Provide Logistics Support (Art 4.1)
- Provide Personnel Support (Art 4.2)
- Conduct Mission Command (Art 5.0)
- Conduct the Operations Process (Art 5.1)
- Integrate Information Superiority Contributors (Art 5.3)
- Conduct Protection Operations (Art 6.0)
- Conduct Information Protection (Art 6.3)
- Conduct Survivability Operations (Art 6.7)
Unit 31401, Box 47
APO AE 09630
509th Signal Battalion
The 509th Signal Battalion was constituted on 11 December 1944 in the Army of the United States as Headquarters Detachment, 3906th Signal Service Battalion. On 17 January 1945, the 3906th was activated in France and participated in the Rhineland and Central Europe campaigns.
August 1946. The 3906th Signal Service Battalion was inactivated in the Ryukyu Islands(Okinawa).
June 1947. Redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 509th Signal Service Battalion. The 509th was activated on 20 July 1947 and inactivated on 25 January 1949 in Korea.
January 1952. The unit was again redesignated, this time, as Headquarters, 509th Signal Service Battalion, allotted to the Regular Army, and activated 15 February 1952 at Camp San Luis Obispo, California. On 12 March 1953, the 509th was redesignated as Headquarters, 509th Signal Battalion. Twenty-one months later, on 3 December 1954, the unit was inactivated at Fort Sheridan, Illinois.
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