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    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany (November 17, 2014) – Some Soldiers with the 44th Expeditionary Signal Battalion perform maintenance on one of the many satellite dishes used during Operation Temperate Grizzly,  a two-week long field training exercise designed to assess their tactical proficiency and to promote the highest level of unit readiness. (Official Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason)(Released)
    GRAFENWOEHR, Germany (November 17, 2014) – Some Soldiers with the 44th Expeditionary Signal Battalion perform maintenance on one of the many satellite dishes used during Operation Temperate Grizzly, a two-week long field training exercise designed to assess their tactical proficiency and to promote the highest level of unit readiness. (Official Army photo by Staff Sgt. Marshall R. Mason)(Released)

     

    Published December 8, 2014
    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 29, 2014) – During a an event to celebrate the 239th anniversary of the Chaplain Corps, which was held at the Little Italy Restaurant  here on Clay Kaserne, group of chaplain assistants who were instrumental in the planning of the event posed for a photo.  The photo includes (Clockwise starting from bottom left) Spc. Leslie Tamez, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden; Spc. Marcus Walthers, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 102nd Signal Battalion; Pfc. Adanie Smith, Headquarters and Headquarters Support Company, 24th Military Intelligence Battalion; Pvt. Allison Martin, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment; Sgt. Trevor Howard, Headquarters Support Company, 2nd Military Intelligence Battalion; Spc. Todd Comte, Headquarters and Headquarters Support Company, 1st Military Intelligence Battalion; Sgt. Chaneeka Dunn, 2nd Signal Brigade; Staff Sgt. Adam Ward, U.S. Army Europe and Pvt. William Bell, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden
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    Wiesbaden Honors 239th Anniversary of the Chaplain Corps

    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 29, 2014) – During a an event to celebrate the 239th anniversary of the Chaplain Corps, which was held at the Little Italy Restaurant here on Clay Kaserne, group of chaplain assistants who were instrumental in the planning of the event posed for a photo. The photo includes (Clockwise starting from bottom left) Spc. Leslie Tamez, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden; Spc. Marcus Walthers, Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 102nd Signal Battalion; Pfc. Adanie Smith, Headquarters and Headquarters Support Company, 24th Military Intelligence Battalion; Pvt. Allison Martin, 1st Battalion, 214th Aviation Regiment; Sgt. Trevor Howard, Headquarters Support Company, 2nd Military Intelligence Battalion; Spc. Todd Comte, Headquarters and Headquarters Support Company, 1st Military Intelligence Battalion; Sgt. Chaneeka Dunn, 2nd Signal Brigade; Staff Sgt. Adam Ward, U.S. Army Europe and Pvt. William Bell, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 16, 2014) – Col. Edward F. Buck, commander, 2nd Signal Brigade accepts the brigade colors from Col. Jimmy L. Hall, commander, 5th Signal Command during a change of command ceremony held on the Newman Village soccer field here on Clay Kaserne.  Buck replaces Col. Suzanne M. Self who will become the Deputy Chief of Staff/G3, 5th Signal Command. 
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    Hall Welcomes New Commander of 2nd Signal Brigade

    WIESBADEN, Germany (July 16, 2014) – Col. Edward F. Buck, commander, 2nd Signal Brigade accepts the brigade colors from Col. Jimmy L. Hall, commander, 5th Signal Command during a change of command ceremony held on the Newman Village soccer field here on Clay Kaserne. Buck replaces Col. Suzanne M. Self who will become the Deputy Chief of Staff/G3, 5th Signal Command.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany (June 4, 2014)  – Five new graduates of 5th Signal Command’s Cyber STEM Initiative program were honored during a ceremony held at the 5th Signal headquarters building here on Clay Kaserne. Chief Warrant Officer 2 Daniel E. Crandall (left), program manager, 5th Signal Command posed for a group photo with his students (from left to right) Wesley Garnes, Jordan O’Connor, Calvin Serrano, Alex Stephens and Justin Vatcher. 
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    5th Signals Cyber STEM Program Graduates Five

    WIESBADEN, Germany (June 4, 2014) – Five new graduates of 5th Signal Command’s Cyber STEM Initiative program were honored during a ceremony held at the 5th Signal headquarters building here on Clay Kaserne. Chief Warrant Officer 2 Daniel E. Crandall (left), program manager, 5th Signal Command posed for a group photo with his students (from left to right) Wesley Garnes, Jordan O’Connor, Calvin Serrano, Alex Stephens and Justin Vatcher.

    
                    WIESBADEN, Germany (June 18, 2014) –  Col. Jimmy L. Hall, Jr., commander, 5th Signal Command, U.S. Army Europe (USEREUR) Chief Information Officer/G6 spoke to nearly 200 Soldiers and civilians about his vision and his future plans for the organization during a town-hall meeting held at the Flyers Theater here on Clay Kaserne. 
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    Commander Unveils His Plan Town-"Hall" Style

    WIESBADEN, Germany (June 18, 2014) – Col. Jimmy L. Hall, Jr., commander, 5th Signal Command, U.S. Army Europe (USEREUR) Chief Information Officer/G6 spoke to nearly 200 Soldiers and civilians about his vision and his future plans for the organization during a town-hall meeting held at the Flyers Theater here on Clay Kaserne.

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