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Appendix C

Strategic Signal Units Organizational Structure

Each strategic signal brigade and theater strategic signal battalion is unique. They are tailored to support specific theater requirements. The duties and responsibilities for the HHC strategic signal brigades and HHD strategic signal battalions are listed below by corresponding TOE paragraph numbers.

HHC STRATEGIC SIGNAL BRIGAGE, TOE 11622A000

C-1. The following paragraphs describe the tasking, mission, and capabilities of the HHC strategic signal brigade. Figure C-1 shows the organization of an HHC strategic signal brigade.

Figure C-1. HHC Strategic Signal Brigade

COMMAND SECTION, PARAGRAPH 01

C-2. This section provides C2 and staff supervision over the brigade's units.

HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, PARAGRAPH 02

C-3. The HHC provides the command and administrative personnel for housekeeping operations.

BRIGADE S1 SECTION, PARAGRAPH 03

C-4. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the administrative requirements of the brigade.

BRIGADE S4 SECTION, PARAGRAPH 04

C-5. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the logistical requirements of the brigade.

BRIGADE S2/S3 SECTION, PARAGRAPH 05

C-6. This section has staff responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the operational function of the brigade.

UNIT MINISTRY TEAM, PARAGRAPH 06

C-7. The unit ministry team is responsible for ministering to the members of the brigade. This team has a chapel activities specialist (E4, 71M), who works under the supervision of the brigade's chaplain and is responsible for the administrative functions associated with assisting the chaplain.

HHD STRATEGIC SIGNAK BATTALION, TOE 11656A

C-8. The following paragraphs describe the tasking, mission, and capabilities of the HHD strategic signal battalion. This unit has four versions due to the various equipment and information mission of the theater. Figures C-2 through C-5 shows the organization of each version.)

HHD STRATEGIC SIGNAL BATTALION (V1), TOE 11656A100

Figure C-2. HHD Strategic Signal Battalion (V1)

Command Section, Paragraph 01

C-9. This section provides C2 and staff supervision over the battalion's units.

Detachment Headquarters, Paragraph 02

C-10. The detachment headquarters provides the command and administrative personnel for housekeeping operations. It is downsized due to the number of personnel assigned.

Battalion S1 Section, Paragraph 03

C-11. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the administrative requirements of the battalion.

Battalion S4 Section, Paragraph 04

C-12. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the logistical requirements of the battalion.

Battalion S2/S3 Section, Paragraph 05

C-13. This section has staff responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the operational function of the battalion.

HHD strategic signal battalion (V2), TOE 11656A200

Figure C-3. HHD Strategic Signal Battalion (V2)

Command Section, Paragraph 01

C-14. This section provides C2 and staff supervision over the battalion's units.

Detachment Headquarters, Paragraph 02

C-15. The detachment headquarters provides the command and administrative personnel for housekeeping operations.

Battalion S1 Section, Paragraph 03

C-16. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the administrative requirements of the battalion.

Battalion S4 Section, Paragraph 04

C-17. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the logistical requirements of the battalion.

Battalion S2/S3 Section, Paragraph 05

C-18. This section has staff responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the operational function of the battalion.

HHD STRATEGIC SIGNAL BATTALION (V3), TOE 11656A300

Figure C-4. HHD Strategic Signal Battalion (V3)

Command Section, Paragraph 01

C-19. This section provides C2 and staff supervision over the battalion's units.

Detachment Headquarters, Paragraph 02

C-20. The detachment headquarters provides the command and administrative personnel for housekeeping operations.

Battalion S1 Section, Paragraph 03

C-21. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the administrative requirements of the battalion.

Battalion S4 Section, Paragraph 04

C-22. This section provides the personnel and equipment to support the logistical requirements of the battalion.

Maintenance Section, Paragraph 05

C-23. The maintenance section has the staff responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the maintenance of all of the battalion's equipment.

Battalion S2/S3 Section, Paragraph 06

C-24. This section has staff responsibility for planning, coordinating, and supervising the operational function of the battalion.

Unit Ministry Team, Paragraph 07

C-25. The unit ministry team is responsible for ministering to the members of the battalion. This team has a chapel activities specialist (E4, 71M), who works under the supervision of the battalion's chaplain and is responsible for the administrative functions associated with assisting the chaplain.

HHD STRATEGIC SIGNAL BATTALION (V4), TOE 11656A400

Figure C-5. HHD Strategic Signal Battalion (V4)

Command Section, Paragraph 01

C-26. This section provides C2 and staff supervision over the battalion's units. The commander is dual-hatted as the DOIM for the area support groups (ASGs). The battalion commander (05, 25C) is assisted by the executive officer (04, 25C), who is charged with supervising the battalion staff. The S1/S4 officer (03, 25C) advises the commander on the administrative and logistical matters of the command and serves as the detachment commander. The command sergeant major (E9, 00Z) is the principal enlisted assistant to the commander and provides guidance to the noncommissioned officers (NCOs) assigned to the battalion.

Detachment Headquarters, Paragraph 02

C-27. The detachment headquarters provides the command and administrative personnel for housekeeping operations. It is downsized due to the number of personnel assigned. The detachment headquarters has a detachment sergeant (E7, 31W40), who is responsible for administration and control of personnel.

Battalion S1 Section, Paragraph 03

C-28. This section provides the personnel and equipment for administrative support to the battalion. It has--

  • A personnel sergeant (E7, 75H), who advises the commander and S1/S4 officer on matters dealing with personnel management and utilization.
  • A personnel administrative sergeant (E5, 75B), who handles the administrative functions of the battalion headquarters, such as forms and publications management and distribution.

Battalion S4 Section, Paragraph 04

C-29. This section provides the personnel and equipment for logistical support to the battalion. It has--

  • A unit supply NCO (E7, 92Y), who coordinates logistical activities with other staff elements supply and service and motor transport units for the battalion.
  • A supply sergeant, who assists the unit supply NCO with all the logistics activities.

Battalion S2/S3 Section, Paragraph 05

C-30. This section provides staff management oversight and supervision of the operational information services activities for the battalion. It has--

  • An S3/2 (04, 25C), who is responsible for plans, operations, and security functions.
  • A CE operations officer (CPT, 25C), who is responsible for direct supervision and operation of the team.
  • An operations NCO (E7, 31W), who plans, coordinates, and supervises the installation, operation, and maintenance of telecommunications systems and networks.
  • A COMSEC material manager (E6, 74C), who coordinates the COMSEC requirements of the battalion.



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