Chief Information Office
(706) 791-0003, DSN 780-0003, Nelson Hall, Building 29801
The Chief Information Office (CIO/G6) provides strategic guidance and assistance to the U.S. Army Signal Center in order to facilitate the implementation of an integrated information architecture. CIO/G6 envisions the Signal Center as a world class institution for information technology skills and knowledge with the ability to reach members of the Fort Gordon community, Signal Regiment and the Army, at any time, in any place. The CIO/G6 stands to provide support in the development and maintenance of an integrated strategic plan that moves the Signal Center toward a common Information Technology (IT) focus and enforces an integrated infrastructure. CIO/G6 also strives to advance the Signal Center and Fort Gordon as leader in IT and to protect and defend its systems, networks, and information. The CIO/G6 ensures the Signal Center and Fort Gordon information management and information technology investments support mission needs. As the principal advisor to the Commanding General on all matters pertaining to IT, the CIO/G6 manages information effectively to ensure mission success.
Capabilities Development Integration Directorate
(706) 791-4034, DSN 780-4034, Signal Towers, Building 29808
The Capabilities Development Integration Directorate/TRADOC Integration Office-Networks is responsible for managing and integrating the user activities associated with the development, synchronization and integration of communications networks and associated aspects of the Army. The CDID/TIO-Networks will manage the commonality and interoperability aspects within the current and future force to ensure Army, Joint, Interagency and Multinational interoperability. Serves as user representative for all aspects of the communications network system of systems. Intensively manage and synchronize all Doctrine, Organizations, Training, Materiel,Leader Development, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) actions in order to deliver network capabilities over time. Responsible for capabilities development and support of system testing and Fielding. Oversee efforts that implement and update the LandWarNet transition strategy for current force network transport and operations. Responsible for the three TRADOC Capabilities Managers, the Experimentation Division and the Signal Concepts, Requirements and Doctrine Division.
Battle Command Battle Laboratory
(706) 791-2057, DSN 780-2057, Building 1990
The U.S. Army’s Experimentation Division Battle Command Battle Laboratory - Gordon (BCBL-G) Facility mission is derived from Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation 11-1. The mission is to provide overall direction, oversight, vertical and horizontal integration of all activities that are focused upon providing the means to improve and merge battle command and information warfare. Under this mission, the Experimentation Division BCBL-G is chartered as a research, analysis, prototyping, experimentation and test facility which leverages innovative, proven concepts and technologies.
Training and Doctrine Command Capability Managers for Satellite Communications and Network Extension (TCM-SNE),Tactical Radios (TCM-TR), Networks and Services (TCM-NS)
(706) 791-7112/7982/7477, DSN 780-XXXX
Signal Towers, Building 29808
The mission of the Training and Doctrine Command Capability Managers is to perform as the Army’s centralized manager for all combat development user activities associated with Satellite Communications and Network Extension (706) 791-7112, Tactical Radios (706) 791-7982 and Networks and Services (706) 791-7477.
Office Chief of Signal
(706) 791-7890, DSN 780-7890
Signal Towers, Building 29808
The Office Chief of Signal is responsible for the personnel development of all members of the Signal Regiment worldwide. The directorate performs strategic human resources planning and advises the Chief of Signal on officer, warrant officer and enlisted personnel proponent matters, both active and reserve component. The staff coordinates with the Army G1/Human Resources Command to develop career programs for Signal areas of concentration, functional areas, and military occupational specialties.
(706) 791-2818, DSN 780-2818
Conrad Hall, Building 29807
The Signal Museum offers the most complete and comprehensive collection of communications material in existence in the United States. Since the artifacts are representative of both the United States and foreign design, they tell the full story of modern communications development. The museum staff promotes Army values by educating members of the Regiment on the heritage and culture of the Signal Corps.
Signal Center Command Historian
(706) 791-5212, DSN 780-5212, Building 29706
The Command Historian office perpetuates the history of the U.S. Army Signal Corps through the collection, cataloging, preservation, analysis and instruction of branch history.
Reserve Component Support
(706) 791-1552, DSN 780-1552, Building 21706
The Training Division, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security serves as the point of contact for administrative, logistical and training support for the U.S. Army Reserve, National Guard and Senior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps conducting training at Fort Gordon.
Allied Liaison and Exchange Officers
The Canadian Forces, German Army and French Army are represented at the Signal Center with liaison officers. The British Liaison Officer is based in Washington, D.C., but visits Fort Gordon regularly. Their mission is to update their countries’ armed forces about current and future developments in U.S. Army equipment, doctrine, training and force structure.
National Science Center
(706) 821-0200 1 Seventh St., Augusta, Ga. 30901-1341
The National Science Center is the result of a partnership between the U.S. Army and a not-for-proffit corporation, the National Science Center Discovery Center, Inc., to create an interactive educational center. The vision for the National Science Center is to serve as a catalyst to excite America’s youth about math, science and technology. This vision resulted in a hands-on public science center, Fort Discovery, and an educational outreach program that serves teachers and students nationwide.
Leader College for Information Technology
(706) 791-6218, DSN 780-6218, Building 21605
The Leader College for Information Technology serves as the U.S. Army’s premier Signal leader and information technology educational institution. Its mission is to develop Signal leaders and provide related functional training to officers, warrant offi-
cers, noncommissioned officers and civilians from the U.S. Army, other services and the international community. Consisting of the School of Information Technology and the 442nd Signal Battalion, the Leader College provides state of the art training
and education to students in residence via distributed learning and mobile training teams.
School of Information Technology
(706) 791-7913, DSN 780-7913
Cobb Hall, Building 25801, Saltzman Hall,
Building 29811, Moran Hall, 29802
The School of Information Technology (SIT) trains and educates more than 4,500 Soldiers and civilians in information dissemination, network management, and information assurance in 32 distinct courses. With a highly dedicated staff of over 170 officers, warrant officers, noncommissioned officers, and civilians the school provides outstanding support; delivers rigorous, relevant training; and challenges students to plan, configure, and distribute IT services using fielded, state-of-the-art equipment.
442nd Signal Battalion
(706) 791-2516, DSN 780-2516
Greely Hall, Building 29809
The 442nd Signal Battalion is a separate Signal Battalion that develops, manages and conducts approved programs of instruction for Branch 25 and other select technical courses for students from the Total Army, international allies and Department of Defense civilians.
Training Area 10A (Turns Building)
The SIGCEN’s Multi-Echelon Battle Command Integration Environment: A fully integrated networking and command post systems capability and one of the premier Battle Command Systems environments in TRADOC.
International Military Student Office
(706) 791-6020, DSN 780-6020
Saltzman Hall, Building 29819
International military and civilian personnel receive instruction along with United States personnel in a variety of communications specialties at Fort Gordon. The training program is worldwide. Each year, Fort Gordon trains more than 200 students from approximately 70 different countries.
Directorate of Training
(706) 791-6206, DSN 780-6206
Signal Towers, Building 29808
The mission of the Directorate of Training (DoT) is complex and challenging. The DoT serves as the principal advisor to the Commanding General on all matters pertaining to training, directs all training matters for which the Signal Center has proponency, exercises staff supervision and training management for training conducted at the Signal Center and U.S. Army Signal Detachments at other installations.
Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy
(706) 791-6216, DSN 780-6216, Building 24402
The Signal Corps Regimental Noncommissioned Officer Academy is one of Fort Gordon’s largest training departments and the largest noncommissioned officer academy in the Army. The academy trains approximately 3,000 noncommissioned officers annually at Fort Gordon, Ga. and Fort Meade, Md.
Ordnance Electronic Maintenance Training Department
(706) 791-4515, DSN 780-4515 Hazen Hall, Building 29815
Ordnance Electronic Maintenance Training Department is an ordnance mission partner at Fort Gordon. It is a training department of the U.S. Army Ordnance Munitions and Electronics Maintenance School, Redstone Arsenal, Ala.
Regional Training Site-Medical - (3rd Medical Training Brigade,Medical Readiness Training Command)
(706) 791-7999, DSN 780-7999, Building 13401
Regional Training Site-Medical is part of the 3rd Medical Training Brigade, Medical Readiness Training Command. The organization consists of subject matter experts in the areas of training, maintenance (both medical and non-medical), logistics and administration. Regional Training Site-Medical enhances the readiness of U.S. Army Reserve and other Department of Defense personnel and units by providing specialized medical individual/collective training and area biomedical maintenance support.
General Dynamics LandWarNet School
(706) 791-6429, Brant Hall, Building 25810
The General Dynamics C4 Systems (GDC4S) LandWarNet School is a self-contained training department that has been operating under the direction of the Signal Center Director of Training since 1989.
U.S. Army Research Laboratory, Human Research and Engineering Directorate
(706) 791-9421, DSN 780-9421 Signal Towers, Building 29808
Today’s Signal Regiment personnel must learn to operate and maintain increasingly complex and sophisticated communications—electronics equipment and systems, from miniaturized voice and data “packet” radios to battlefield radio-telephone systems and mobile multichannel satellite terminals. With these technologies come tougher standards for military personnel in selection, training and performance.
U.S. Army Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Support Center
(706) 791-4620, DSN 780-4620, Building 41204
Established at Fort Gordon in 1971, the Test Measurement and Diagnostic Equipment Support Center is responsible for the calibration and repair support of all test measurement and diagnostic equipment for all activities assigned to Fort Gordon.
Architecture Integration Management Directorate (Forward)-Gordon
(706) 791-7250, DSN 780-7250 Moran Hall, Building 29803
The Architecture Integration Management Directorate (Forward)-Gordon is a forward positioned extension of the Architecture Integration and Management Directorate, Army Capabilities Integration Center, Headquarters, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, Fort Monroe, Va. The Architecture Integration and Management Directorate-Gordon is responsible for producing the network transport and services operational architectures for U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and Signal Center organizations and capabilities while integrating them into the larger collective enterprise and organizational architecture sets across the Army.