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1114th Signal Battalion

The mission of the 1114th Signal Battalion is to enhance the warfighting capability of III Corps and Fort Hood by providing time-sensitive and efficient Information Management Area (IMA) support. IMA functions include automation, telecommunications, printing and publications, and records management support.

The history of the 1114th Signal Battalion began in 1973 when it was organized on Fort Hood as the United States Army Strategic Communications Agency. The mission of the unit was to install, operate and maintain communications electronics facilities and to execute information management programs. On October 1, 1973, the unit was redesignated as the United States Army Communications Agency, Fort Hood.

In January, 1979 the organization was again redesignated as the United States Army Communications Command, Fort Hood.

On May 15, 1984, the unit was redesignated as the United States Army Information Systems Command.

In October 1988, the unit was redesignated as the 1114th U.S. Army Signal Battalion. The autorized command position of Colonel became a Department of the Army selected battalion command position. The current command position carries an authorized rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

In October 1992, the unit was reassigned to Headquarters, Forces Command, and attached to Headquarters, III Corps and Fort Hood.

On March 1, 1994, the unit was reassigned to the 3D Signal Brigade.

The Battalion's current mission is to enhance the warfighting capability of III Corps and Fort Hood by providing time-sensitive and efficient Information Management Area (IMA) support. IMA functions include automation, telecommunications, printing and publications, and records management support.



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