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Our commanding general sat on a panel with present and past senior Army Signal leaders July 9, discussing secure communications and the joint information environment.
Find the article at www.army.mil/article/152064/Joint_information_environment...
Outside the NETCOM Headquarters, the command inducted Maj. Michael Donahue into the Signal Cove of Remembrance, and rededicated the memorial. The Cove, dedicated to Signal Soldiers and Civilians who died in service to their country since Sept. 11, 2001, now has 101 names and images on the wall.
Chaplain (Col.) Michael Strohm, NETCOM's Command Chaplain, receives his certificate of retirement from Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr. and Command Sgt. Maj. Stephfon Watson, NETCOM commanding general and command sergeant major, during a luncheon June 16. Strohm will retire after more than 26 years of service. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Sgt. 1st Class Beverlee Burton, NCOIC of NETCOM's Command Chaplain Office, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr., NETCOM commanding general. Burton was recognized for her contributions to the command before she heads out to her next duty station. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
Sgt. Bryan Thomas, a video teleconference technician from Wiesbaden, Germany, was the top NCO after several grueling days of events in the Arizona desert.
Spc. Samuel Cameron, an information technology specialist from Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, took his place at the top after a very close competition ending just an hour before the ceremony.
Both Thomas and Cameron will represent NETCOM at the U.S. Army Forces Command Best Warrior Competition later this yea
Left to right: Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr., NETCOM Commanding General; Sgt. Bryan Thomas, NETCOM 2105 NCO of the Year; Pfc. Samuel Cameron, NETCOM 2015 Soldier of the Year; Command Sgt. Maj. Stephfon Watson, NETCOM Command Sergeant Major. (U.S. Army photo)
Pvt. 1st Class Samuel Cameron, representing the 160th Signal Brigade, dis-assembles an M-240 machine gun May 31, during the second day of the NETCOM 2015 Best Warrior Competition. (U.S. Army photo)
More images at the NETCOM Flickr page - www.flickr.com/photos/usarmynetcom
Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Stephfon Watson, NETCOM command sergeant major, speaks to the competitors of the NETCOM 2015 Best Warrior Competition. The competition started Saturday morning with the obstacle course, and was followed by the written exam and essay. (U.S. Army photo by Eric Hortin)
More images at the Best Warrior album - www.flickr.com/photos/usarmynetcom/sets/72157651332803053
NETCOM Commanding General, Maj. Gen. John Morrison Jr. (left) looks at the retirement letter with outgoing NETCOM Inspector General, Col. Paul LaDue, during Ladue's retirement ceremony, May 1, in front of the command headquarters.
Major General John B. Morrison Jr. received his commission through ROTC at James Madison
University in Virginia where he graduated in 1986 with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree,
majoring in marketing. He also holds a Master of Science Degree in Telecommunications Management
from Webster University and a Master of Strategic Resourcing from the Industrial College of the Armed
His military education includes Signal Officer Basic Course, Officer Advanced Course, the Tactical
Signal Officer's Staff Course, and the Advanced Airborne (Jumpmaster) School. In addition to ICAF,
Major General Morrison is also a graduate of both the Command and General Staff College (CGSC) and
the Joint Forces Staff College.
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Chief Warrant Officer 4 James A. Ebeler is a native of Auburn, Nebraska. He entered the U.S. Army on April 13, 1993, attended Basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Georgia.
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