WIESBADEN, Germany (February 28, 2013) - 102D Signal Battalion Soldiers and Civilians kick off 5th Signal Command's Fit to Lead Initiative with a 10.2 km Bicycle Ride
Published March 22, 2013
Lucius D.Clay Kaserne, Wiesbaden, Germany -- Students from Wiesbaden High School receive graduation certificates from Brig. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford, commanding general, 5th Signal Command, after successfully completing 5th Signal Command’s Cyber Stem Initiative (CSI) Europe program. The CSI program was created to introduce highly motivated high school students to cyber and information technology related jobs in a real world environment. The program gave students the opportunity to receive mentorship from 5th Signal employees and have hands-on experience with technology, and see how Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is put to work in those fields.
CASERMA EDERLE, Vicenza Italy – Capt. Donyelle V. Burney, commander, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 509th Signal Battalion, receives the 365 days incident free ribbon from Mrs. Andrea Allen, Army Substance Abuse Program Coordinator (ASAP).
The color guard from 5th Signal Command’s 2nd Theater Strategic Signal Brigade participates in a Memorial Day ceremony at the Somme American Cemetary in Bony, France. Brig. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford, 5th Signal’s commanding general and U.S. Army Europe CIO/G6 was the guest speaker at the event.
WIESBADEN, Germany (May 22, 2013) – (From right) Soldiers from 102nd Signal Battalion, 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, V Corps, 2nd Theater Strategic Signal Brigade and 5th Signal Command, participate in the 5th Signal Command’s “Jeopardy-style” Summer Safety Showdown. Soldiers and civilians from five USAG Wiesbaden units participated in the showdown at the Taunus Theater. (Official U.S. Army Photo by Staff Sgt. Brian Rodan)
WIESBADEN, Germany (May 2, 2013) -- – 5th Signal Command officially named the Cyber Center Europe building on Clay Kaserne the "Gray Center" in honor of former deputy commanding general of U.S. Army Europe, Lt. Gen. Robert E. Gray. Gray was a distinguished signal officer, leader and mentor who was also the first African-American to become the Chief of Signal and Commanding General of Fort Gordon, the headquarters of the Army Signal Regiment.
Gen. Dennis L. Via, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, was the guest speaker and accompanied 5th Signal Commanding General and USAREUR CIO/G6, Brig. Gen. Bruce T. Crawford and Lt. Gen. Gray's widow, Annie, in the unveiling of the building's sign.
WIESBADEN, Germany (April 23, 2013) -- Members of 5th Signal Command kick off their regimental week with the "Dragon Challenge"--a series of team-building competitions. Here, members of the 102nd Signal Battalion compete in the 400 meter Litter Carry competition.
WIESBADEN, Germany (April 4, 2013) -- 5th Signal Command dedicated their headquarters building to Captain Riley L. Pitts who earned the Medal of Honor for his actions in the Vietnam War. Captain Pitts is also the first African American commissioned officer to be awarded the Medal of Honor.
WIESBADEN, Germany (April 2, 2013) -- Soldier/NCO of the Year Competition photo and cutline: 5th Signal Command Soldiers compete at a weapons qualification course as part of the 2013 Soldier and NCO of the Year Competition. All participants had to conduct several events in the competition to include a PT Test, Land Navigation Course, Warrior Task events, Weapons Qualification, and a formal board in front of senior NCOs and the Command Sergeant Major.