Recognized as the Army’s premier Signal Battalion with a reputation for professional excellence and unmatched delivery of the joint network to the warfighter.
Install, operate, maintain, and defend network infrastructure and capabilities to enable mission command and create operational and strategic flexibility for Army, Joint and Multi-National forces within the EUCOM and AFRICOM Areas of Operations.
- 1. Conduct Mission Command (Article 5.0)
- 2. Conduct Knowledge Management and Information Management (Article 5.3)
- 3. Establish the Information Network and System (Article 5.3.3)
- 4. Conduct Information Protection (Article 5.10)
APO AE 09107
52nd Signal Battalion
- Constituted 18 October 1927 in the Regular Army as the 52d Signal Battalion
- Activated 10 February 1941 at Fort Sam Houston, Texas
- Inactivated 25 January 1949 in Korea
- Activated 1 August 1966 in Vietnam
- Inactivated 13 October 1971 at Fort Lewis, Washington
- Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 52d Signal Battalion, activated 1 July 1974 in Germany