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Regimental Chief Warrant Officer

CW5 Todd M. Boudreau

CWS boudreau

Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) Todd M. Boudreau is the third Regimental Chief Warrant Officer of the Signal Regiment assuming the position at Fort Gordon, Georgia, on 28 January 2010.

He enlisted in the Army in 1983 and attended Strategic Microwave Maintainer-Repairer (26V) Advanced Individual Training (AIT) at Fort Gordon, GA. Before his appointment as a warrant officer, he completed the Primary Leadership Development Course, Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Camp Jackson, South Korea, and the Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course, Noncommissioned Officer Academy, Fort Gordon, GA. He received his warrant officer appointment in 1990.

His enlisted assignments include the 36th Signal Battalion, Korea and the Alternate National Military Command Center (Site-R), Maryland. His past warrant officer assignments include Maintenance Officer for the 6th Theater Signal Command, Saudi Arabia; Station Manager for the Ft Detrick Satellite Complex, Maryland; Training, Advising, and Counseling (TAC) Officer at Ft Rucker, Alabama; Officer In Charge of the Standardized Tactical Entry Point (STEP) and Communications Complex at Fort Buckner, Okinawa, Japan; Communications Officer for the Supreme Allied Commander (SACEUR), Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE), Belgium; Satellite Systems Engineering Officer, Defense Information Systems Agency Europe, Stuttgart, Germany; and most recently as the Signal Warrant Officer Proponent Manager, Office Chief of Signal, US Army Signal Center and Fort Gordon, Georgia.

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Chief of Staff

Col Robert (Bob) A. Barker

COL Barker Robert

COL Barker began his military career in 1986 when he received a reserve commission in the Signal Corps and a Bachelor (BS) of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering after graduation from Arkansas State University. In 2000, he received a Masters Degree in Computer Resources and Information Technology from Webster University, and a Masters in Strategic Studies from the Army War College in 2009. He is a graduate of the Signal Officer Basic Course, Signal Officer Advanced Course, Communications Electronics Staff Officer Course, Tactical Signal Staff Officer Course, Combined Arms Service Staff School (CAS3), the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the United States Army War College.

 

COL Barker’s assignments include: Squadron Signal Officer 1-10 Cavalry, Brigade Radio Officer, 194TH Armored Brigade, Fort Knox, Kentucky; Battalion Signal Officer 94TH Combat Heavy Engineer Battalion, Darmstadt, Germany; Battalion S4, Assistant Battalion S3, Company Commander, 440TH Signal Battalion, Darmstadt, Germany; Operations Officer, Theater Communications Control Cell (TCCC) (Forward), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; Signal Observer Controller (OC), 2ND Simulation Exercise Group, 75TH Exercise Division, Fort Sill, Oklahoma; Battalion S3, 504TH Signal Battalion, Brigade S3, 11TH Signal Brigade, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, Battalion Commander, 63RD Signal Battalion, 93rd Signal Brigade, Satellite Desk Officer, COCOM Branch Chief, and Deputy Division Chief, Current Operation, Joint Staff J6; Director, Concepts, Requirements, and Doctrine Division (CRDD), the Director, Capabilities Development Integration Division (CDID) of the Signal Center of Excellence, and the Fort Gordon Garrison Commander.

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