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551st - Awards and Recognition

Awards and Recognition


2008 3rd Qtr Post Instructor of the Quarter Winner
2008 Selected to march and represent Fort Gordon in the Augusta Veterans Day Parade
2008 Post Instructor of the Year Winner
2008 Post Civilian of the Year Winner
2008 “Giving your Best” Award Recipient
2008 Post Softball Unit League Champions
2008 National Military Family Association “Award of Merit” Recipient
2009 1st Qtr Brigade NCO of the Quarter Winner
2009 1st Qtr Post Instructor of the Quarter Winner
2009 TRADOC Early Bird award, First in TRADOC to meet Fiscal Year retention goals
2009 1st Qtr Brigade Civilian of the Quarter Winner
2009 1st Qtr Post Volunteer of the Quarter Winner
2009  Selected to represent POST in TRADOC UPL Inspection - earning a perfect score
2009 3rd Qtr Post Instructor of the Quarter Winner
2009 3rd Qtr Brigade Civilian of the Quarter Winner
2009 Post Basketball Champions
2009 Post Unit Volleyball Runner-up
2009 AUSA Golf Tournament Champions
2009 SCRA Golf Tournament Champions
2009 Represented the Post at the Atlanta Braves Military Appreciation Night during the opening ceremony and National Anthem
2009 SMA Golf Tournament Champions
2009 Volunteered over 4000 hrs of community service to CSRA so far this year
2009 1st Annual Brian Littrell Healthy Heart Club Golf Tournament Champions
2009 led 1st Annual Combat Spouse Day- recognized by Post as a TRADOC "Best Practices" Nomination
2009 Two Soldiers recognized by the local professional baseball club; highlighting their diligent volunteer work to improve the CSRA
2009 25S10 Advanced Individual Training Course designated by Post Quality Assurance Office as a "Learning Institution of Excellence"
2009 Signal Corps Regimental Association, Albert J. Myer Leadership Award Winner
2009 Post Softball Unit League Champions
2009 3rd Qtr Post Civilian of the Quarter Winner
2009 Recognized by Grovetown officials for the support provided to their Independence Day Celebration
2009 Received the highest number of commendable ratings within the brigade during the Annual Organization Inspection Program (OIP) 
2009 4th Qtr Brigade Soldier of the Quarter Winner
2009 Volunteered 4080 hours in support of Inaugural Ironman 70.3 Augusta Triathlon
2009 Augusta Broad Street 10K Ramble Winner in the male, 20-24 year old bracket
2009 Battalion graduates 2000th AIT Soldier this year
2009 Conducted the first ever Civilian Profession Day "Day in the life of a Soldier" within the Brigade
2009 Brigade Winner of the "Best Battalion Headquarters" 3 of the past 4 months
2009 FRG Leader received Fort Gordon "Volunteer of the Year" Award for numerous contributions to the community
2009 Signal Conference Golf Tournament Champions
2010 Brigade Winner of the "Best Battalion Headquarters"
2010 551st sponsored Dining Facility #6 selected as the Commander’s Best Dining Facility for 2nd Qtr, FY 10
2010 Brigade Winner of the "Best Schoolhouse" Moran Hall
2010 Brigade Winner of the "Best Barracks" D-551
2010 2nd Qtr Brigade Civilian of the Quarter Winner
2010 Fisher House Golf Tournament Champions
2010 Awarded the Commanding General Excellence in Retention Award as the Highest Production Battalion for FY 2010
2010 Combatives Tournament placed first in three of the seven weight classes
2010 AFCEA Golf Tournament Champions
2010 Represented the Army and won the Fort Gordon All Inter-Service Golf Tournament
2010 Soldier selected to represent the Brigade at the Army Birthday and Signal Ball celebrations
2010 Fort Gordon Platoon Sergeant of the Year winner
2010 15th Regimental Signal Brigade Golf Tournament Champions
2010 3rd Qtr Brigade NCO of the Quarter Winner
2010 3rd Qtr Brigade Soldier of the Quarter Winner
2010 Commanding General’s Farewell Golf Tournament Champions

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551st Signal Battalion
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
Battalion Staff Duty  (706)-791-4124
DSN number  (312) 780-4124
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