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NCO Academy Detachment (Ft. Meade)

Mission:

The Signal Corps Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy’s mission is to train and educate world class Signal Corps Noncommissioned Officers in Signal and leadership skills. The mission is to develop the doctrine, training, leaders, organization, material, and Soldiers for the Army Signal Corps’ war fighting requirements. Our mission includes managing available resources. Finally, we will sustain our commitment to the well-being of our Soldiers, civilians, retirees, and families to meet the readiness needs of our Army and Nation; now and in the future.

 

Vision:

The Signal Corps Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy’s vision calls for strategic and creative thinking by Academy staff, faculty members and accomplished professional Signal Small Group Leaders (SGLs). Academy staff, faculty members, and SGLs are effective in managing, leading, and changing our Signal students to adapt to an ever changing technological world. Our highly educated and motivated SGLs, who embody the warrior ethos, must be confident, competent decision makers, prudent risk takers, effective communicators, innovative, adaptive, professionally educated, and dedicated to the life-long learning process of our Signal ALC/SLC students.
The Signal Corps Noncommissioned Officer Academy staff and faculty must be equipped with the technical adeptness to employ modern computer systems and trained to world class proficiency, capable of strategic responsiveness, and the ability to dominate various technologies across the full spectrum of operations.

 

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Course Information

 Welcome to the Signal Corps Regimental Non-Comissioned Officer Academy Detachment at Fort George G. Meade, MD.

 All personnel reporting for SLC/ALC after duty hours, report to Abrams Hall for Lodging assignment. Contact your SGL for further instructions.

 An official height and weight screening will be administered within 72 hours of arrival.

 Return flights should not be scheduled prior to 1700 on Graduation Day.