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Col. Steve Keller keeps his eye on the ball during the two-hand-touch football match Nov. 7, at Warrior/Sentinel Field during the command's organization day. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Tim Chatlos)
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A NETCOM Team member throws a ball at the dunk tank target outside Greely Hall on Oct. 31. The Headquarters Company Family Readiness Group used Halloween as an opportunity to raise funds for their projects in the coming months. (U.S. Army Photo by Eric Hortin)
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Brig. Gen. Peter Gallagher (left), NETCOM commanding general, presents Diane Jones with her retirement certificate during a ceremony Oct. 30, in Greely Hall. Jones, the former chief of Officer Assignments Branch, NETCOM G-1, is retiring after 40 years of service. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Brig. Gen. Peter Gallagher (left), NETCOM commanding general, presents John L. Scott, Major General (USA Retired) with a certificate proclaiming him a Distinguished Member of the U.S. Army Signal Regiment, during a ceremony Oct. 30, at Greely Hall. Scott distinguished himself within the Regiment over the course of nearly 40 years as both a government civilian with the Information Systems Command, culminating his career as the Chief Integration Officer of the Army’s Chief Information Office/G-6. Starting out as an active duty infantry lieutenant in Vietnam, Scott transferred into the Army Reserves where he held a number of positions to include the commander of the Reserve tank battalion on Fort Huachuca in the 1980s. Scott was brought back on active duty immediately after Sept. 11, 2001, assigned to the CIO/G-6 to lead the transformation of the Signal Regiment. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon speaks to the NETCOM Team during a town hall Oct. 29, at Greely Hall, Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Cardon dispelled a couple of rumors, clarified some issues, and gave his vision for the future of Army Cyber. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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With the symbolic cut of the scissors, the CONUS Theater Network Operations
and Security Center and the CONUS and South Regional Computer Emergency
Response Teams were officially merged Oct. 29, to become the 7th Signal
Command (Theater), 2d Regional Cyber Center, a single unit tasked with the
authority to operate, maintain and defend the cyber realm within the Western
Hemisphere. Cutting the ribbon, from left to right are Command Sgt. Maj.
Patrick Brooks and Brig. Gen. John Morrison, 7th Signal Command (Theater);
Gail Volz, 2d Regional Cyber Center; Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, Army Cyber
Command Commanding General; Lt. Col. Gregory Griffin,2d Regional Cyber
Center Director; and Kathy Buonocore, 2d Regional Cyber Center. (U.S. Army photo by Gordon Van Vleet)
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Daniel Bradford (left), Deputy to the Commander/Senior Technical Director, speaks to members of Cochise County Health Services prior to receiving the first Cochise County Breastfeeding-Friendly Business of the Year Award. NETCOM/Greely Hall received the award for its support to breastfeeding families, specifically setting aside a quiet room within the building for new parents to use.
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Brig. Gen. Pete Gallagher, NETCOM commanding general, speaks to a packed house in the Greely Hall Auditorium on Sept. 30. Gallagher talked about the Army Chief of Staff's new priorities, NETCOM's new priorities and the possible furlough and government shutdown. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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Maj. Gen. Alan R. Lynn passes the organization colors to Lt. Gen. Susan S. Lawrence, signifying his relinquishment of command during a ceremony Aug. 15, at Greely Hall, Fort Huachuca, Ariz. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
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Brigadier General Peter A. Gallagher assumed his current position as the Acting Commanding General of Network Enterprise Technology Command in August 2013.
Brigadier General Gallagher was commissioned as a Distinguished Military Graduate from the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Pittsburg State University, in Pittsburg, Kansas. He received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physical Education, graduating with honors in 1986.
Colonel Kris Kramarich assumed her current position as the Deputy Commander on Aug. 16, 2013. She was born in Butte and raised in Belgrade, Montana.
She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Montana State University, in Bozeman, and was commissioned a Distinguished Military Graduate into the Military Intelligence Corps In 1990. She later requested a branch transfer to the Signal Corps.
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Colonel Richard A. Rivera assumed duties as Chief of Staff, Network Enterprise Technology Command on March 1, 2013.
He graduated from the University of New Mexico in 1990 and was commissioned a second lieutenant in Infantry. Colonel Rivera has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Master Degrees in both Organizational Management and National Security Studies.
U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command plans, engineers, installs, integrates, protects, defends and operates Army Cyberspace, enabling Mission Command through all phases of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational operations.
NETCOM is the Army's premier IT Service Provider and Cyber Protection Force, built on a foundation of Army Values and Warrior Ethos, comprised of ready and resilient professionals empowered to rapidly respond, deliver, protect and improve the LandWarNet to enable mission command capabilities for America's Army.