develops, tests, provides, and manages communications and information systems support for the command and control of combined arms forces.

The United States Army Signal Corps

develops, tests, provides, and manages communications and information systems support for the command and control of combined arms forces.
all aspects of designing and installing data communications networks that employ single and multi-channel satellite, tropospheric scatter, terrestrial microwave, switching, messaging, video-teleconferencing, visual information, and other related systems.

Signal support encompasses

all aspects of designing and installing data communications networks that employ single and multi-channel satellite, tropospheric scatter, terrestrial microwave, switching, messaging, video-teleconferencing, visual information, and other related systems.
integrate tactical, strategic and sustain base communications, information processing and management systems into a seamless global information network that supports knowledge dominance for the Army, joint and coalition operations.

Signal Soldiers

integrate tactical, strategic and sustain base communications, information processing and management systems into a seamless global information network that supports knowledge dominance for the Army, joint and coalition operations.
we give our Army the voice to give command on battlefield or global span, in combat, we're always in the fight we speed the message day or night, technicians too, ever skillful, ever watchful, we're the Army Signal Corps.

From flag and torch in the Civil War, to signal satellites afar,

we give our Army the voice to give command on battlefield or global span, in combat, we're always in the fight we speed the message day or night, technicians too, ever skillful, ever watchful, we're the Army Signal Corps.
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SCCC-RC COURSE

 

 

COURSE INFORMATION:

Course Title: Signal Officer Preparatory Course (PCC) - Reserve Component (RC)
Course Number: 4-11-C23 (CP)
Company: Bravo Company
College:Leader Development College (LDC)
Division: Signal Captains Career Course (SCCC) Division
Status Change Date: 10 August 2015
Training site: USASCoE&FG, Fort Gordon, GA
Length: Phase 1 (DL), Phase 2 (Resident) (2 Weeks), Phase 3 (DL) and Phase 4 Resident (2 Weeks).
Managed: Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS)
Prerequisites: US Army Reserve Component, or National Guard Officer (1LT– LTC for Phase 2) and 1LT-MAJ for Phase 4), Selected personnel must be graduates of a Basic Officer Leaders Career (BOLC) Course. If the officer is not Signal then they must be branched Signal or currently serving in a Signal 25A position. All attendees must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to prepare the 25A officer to perform the critical tasks and supporting skills and knowledge required for the graduate to accomplish his/her duties and responsibilities to the prescribed performance standard. The purpose of SCCC-RC is to equip Signal Leaders with the technical and tactical knowledge and skills to lead company-sized units and serve on battalion or brigade staffs in support of Unified Land Operations (ULO) while operating within a Joint Interagency Intergovernmental Multinational environment (JIIM). Additionally, to develop doctrinally grounded, adaptive leaders who can employ unit equipment and applications, plan and manage access to DOD services, and procure communication solutions for the commander’s design requirements. Reference DA PAM 600-3, Chapter 22 Signal Corps Branch (2010).

PURPOSE:

The Signal Captains Career Course Reserve Component consists of 4 Phases that train and educate students in skill, knowledge, and abilities to perform critical tasks determined by the Signal Critical Task Site Selection Board (CTSSB) and training directed by the School of Advanced Leadership and Tactics (SALT). The four Phases are: Phase 1 (DL) Signal Common Core, Phase 2 (RES) Signal Common Core. Phase 3 (DL) MLC Common Core) and Phase 4 MLC Common Core.

COURSE SCOPE:

This course consists of 4 Phases and provides company grade officers with the preliminary knowledge and skills necessary to serve in direct level leadership positions. The educational outcome areas are designed to produce critical and creative thinkers who are effective:

  • Leaders – who can build and lead teams, and demonstrate character and competence and who speak and write clearly, concisely, and persuasively.
  • Across Cultures – who can conduct operations and shape perceptions considering prevailing values, beliefs, behaviors, and norms.
  • Tactical-level Unified Land Operations – who can plan, prepare, execute, and assess simultaneous operation.
  • Battalion/Brigade Staff Officers – who understand staff organizations, and can apply MDMP and other processes in a JIIM environment;
  • Decision Makers and Practitioners of Mission Command – who can apply deliberate and intuitive judgment within an ambiguous and time constrained operational environment.
  • Trainers – who can apply the principles of training and manage training IAW ADRP 7-0.
  • Signal Branch Experts – who can plan and manage the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) networks, Cyber, Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS), and Combat Net Radio (CNR) networks.

PHASES:

PHASE 1(DL): (Total Academic Hours - 100.2 HRS)

  • Basic Electronics - 11.2 HRS
  • Signal Theory - 22.0 HRS
  • COMSEC - 15.0 HRS
  • Information Technology - 52.0HRS

PHASE 2(RES):(Total Academic Hours - 120 HRS)

  • Combat Net Radio (CNR) - 40 HRS
  • Warrior Signal Systems (WSS) - 37 HRS
  • Army Battle Command Systems - 23 HRS
  • Network Management - 20 HRS

PHASE 3(DL):(Total Academic Hours - 113 HRS)

  • Staff Knowledge - 56 HRS
  • Leadership - 11 HRS
  • Unified Land OPS - 4 HRS
  • Information Management - 42HRS

PHASE 4(RES): (Total Academic Hours - 120 HRS)

  • Battalion WARNO - 17 HRS
  • Develop Annex H - 14 HRS
  • Signal Planning Exercise - 24 HRS
  • CAX Offensive - 24 HRS
  • CAX SASO - 24 HRS
  • Cultural Influences - 17 HRS

 

NOTE: COURSE ATTRS NUMBER: : 113 D12 (4-11-C23-RC SIGNAL CAPTAINS CAREER-RC SELF-DEVEL TRNG, IS NOT PART OF THE 4 PHASE, SCCC-RC CURRICULUM. IT IS FOR SELF-DEVELOPMENT ONLY.
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