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  • Leadership

    39th Signal Battalion Commander Picture


    Lieutenant Colonel

    Nicholas Prisco

    39th Signal Battalion Command Sergeant Major Picture

    Senior Enlisted Leader

    Command Sergeant Major

    Joe C. Birkhead IV

  • About Us


    The premier Strategic Signal Battalion in Europe; A professional workforce delivering Functional, Reliable, and Secure C4IM services to our customers; partners in our community with a reputation for success


    Build, Operate, Defend and Extend Network Capabilities throughout the BENELUX, United Kingdom, France and Northern Germany in order to enable Mission Command for Army, Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multi-National Forces


    • ART 5.0: Conduct Mission Command
    • ART 5.1: Conduct the Operations Process
      • ART 5.1.1 Plan Operations
        • ART Conduct the Military Decision Making Process
        • ART Integrate Requirements and Capabilities
        • ART Develop Commanders Critical Information Requirements
    • ART 5.3: Conduct Knowledge Management and Information Management
      • ART 5.3.1 Facilitate Situational Understanding through Knowledge Management
      • ART 5.3.2 Manage Information and Data
      • ART 5.3.3. Establish the Information Network and Information Systems
        • ART Conduct Network Operations
    • ART 5.10: Conduct Information Protection
      • ART 5.10.1 Perform Information Assurance
        • ART Ensure Information Security
        • ART Employ Communications Security
        • ART Maintain Emission Security
      • ART 5.10.2 Perform Computer Network Defense

    Mailing Address:
    Unit 21419
    APO AE 09708-1419

  • 39th Signal Battalion

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      • Constituted 11 December 1944 in the Army of the United States as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 3907th Signal Service Battalion
      • Activated 17 January 1945 in France
      • Inactivated 25 November 1945 in Germany
      • Redesignated 19 July 1951 as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 39th Signal Support Battalion, and allotted to the Regular Army
      • Activated 6 August 1951 at Camp Gordon, Georgia
      • Reorganized and redesignated 15 June 1954 as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 39th Signal Battalion
      • Reorganized and redesignated 15 June 1969 as Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 39th Signal Battalion
      • Reorganized and redesignated 28 March 1973 as Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 39th Signal Battalion
  • Campaign Participation Credit

    • World War II

      • Rhineland
      • Central Europe


      • Advisory
      • Defense
      • Counteroffensive
      • Counteroffensive, Phase II
      • Counteroffensive, Phase III
      • Tet Counteroffensive
      • Counteroffensive, Phase IV
      • Counteroffensive, Phase V
      • Counteroffensive, Phase VI
      • Tet 69/Counteroffensive
      • Summer-Fall 1969
      • Winter-Spring 1970
      • Sanctuary Counteroffensive
      • Counteroffensive, Phase VII
      • Consolidation I
      • Consolidation II
      • Cease-Fire
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