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 Ms. Elizabeth J. Patten (2007)

Elizabeth Patten has distinguished herself for over twenty seven years by exhibiting exceptional meritorious service to her country, the United States Army and the Signal Regiment.  Ms. Patten has been at the heart of reshaping the design of signal formations across the regiment since the post cold war era through digitization to the present transformation to a modular force. Her unique ability to understand strategic guidance on changing defense needs for our nation makes her a true visionary for our regiment.

          Elizabeth has been instrumental in forging a partnership between the Signal Center, the Chief Information Officer / G6 Staff, and Network Enterprise Technology Command. These partnerships, over a number of years, have driven force structure changes and the fielding of communications systems that have significantly improved our regimentís ability to provide C4I to the warfighter during times of significant change for the Army. She was at the center of transformation of expeditionary signal capability to include Joint Network Node (JNN) and the Expeditionary Signal Battalions (ESBs).  

Additionally she set the conditions for modernization of our operational based signal forces that enable our expeditionary formations to include the concept and operational design of the Fixed Regional Hub Node system.

Ms. Patten has authored or co-authored numerous documents that have aligned signal transformation with the Army Campaign Plan and Army transformation. She is currently involved in the transformation of Army signal forces supporting every combatant commander across the globe.

Elizabeth Patten is truly the synchronizing agent across the Regiment and her best work is yet to come. Her sustained excellence and dedication to the regiment and our Army are in keeping with the highest traditions of the Signal Corps and the United States Army and are worthy of this special recognition.

 

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