Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

United States Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, GA
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Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

United States Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, GA
 * Requires AKO User ID
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This is an offical U.S. Army Site |
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Regimental Division Mission & Functions

Bullet Manages the Signal Corps Regimental system in accordance with Army Regulation 600-82.
Bullet Performs as the principal point of contact for total Army force worldwide on Signal Regiment matters.
Bullet Plans, staffs, disseminates and coordinates the implementation of Signal Regiment programs and policies.
Bullet Coordinates support for Regimental marketing initiatives at U.S. Military Academy and Reserve Officers Training Corps institutions.
Bullet Administers the Signal Museum's exhibits and educational programs.
Bullet Administers command historian programs.
Bullet Provides guidance and assistance to Signal units on design, development and procurement of their Distinctive Unit Insignia and unit-unique accoutrements.
Bullet Provides guidance and assistance to Signal units on research and documentation of individual unit history.
Bullet Administers the Signal Regiment affiliation program.
Bullet Conducts research, writes decision/information memorandums, writes articles for publication, conducts briefings and coordinates publication/distribution of articles/memorandum pertaining to Signal Regiment matters.
Bullet Advises, coordinates, monitors and provides Regimental symbols in support of Regimental ceremonies, conferences and functions.
Bullet Solicits articles to publish; prepares narrative and graphic layouts for camera-ready masters; edits; and oversees the printing and distribution of the professional magazine of the Signal Regiment, Army Communicator. Also responsible for its electronic (worldwide web) posting.
Bullet Writes specifications and coordinates with installation printing plant and Government Printing Office for solicitation and award of an annual printing contract for the professional magazine.
Bullet Prepares and regularly updates a worldwide professional magazine database for official military units and other agencies authorized to receive magazine copies.
Bullet Administers the Chief of Signal (Regimental) awards program and coordinates the procurement and distribution of Regimental certificates, plaques and memorabilia.
Bullet Establishes procedures, solicits nominations, and coordinates the selection of honorary and distinguished Regimental members.
Bullet Coordinates administrative and logistical support for honorary appointees.
Bullet Coordinates with professional organizations, national and state governmental agencies, and other activities to foster Regimental goals and objectives.
Bullet Provides support for Regimental activation/deactivation of Signal units.
Bullet Prepares and submits planning, programming and budgeting to support Regimental programs.
Bullet Serves as Chief of Signal's liaison to the national Signal Corps Regimental Association.

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April 04, 2012

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