Radio Programming

Radio Programming

Staff Sgt. Jesus Espada programs a SATCOM radio in preparation for a new class of Signal School students as Capt. Mendola Nash looks on. Espada is a Combat Network Radio Instructor and Nash is a Signal Basic Officer Leadership Course Instructor.
First Cyber WOBC

First Cyber WOBC

The first Cyber Warrant Officer Basic Course 170A graduation parted with three important phrases that will enable their success: build teams, be courageous, and possess vision according to the guest speaker. The class graduated 20 Warrant Officers with more than half the class staying here for their next assignment.
Innovation Challenge

Innovation Challenge

Spc. Abraham Spalding (left) and Sgt. Cedric July of the Army's Cyber Protection Brigade set up equipment from a prototype defensive cyber operations deployment kit. The Soldiers are part of a team which has spent the last three days testing the equipment and providing feedback to the kit's developers at the CCoE's Cyber Battle Lab.
Representative Visits

Representative Visits

Rep. Rick Allen (Ga. Dist. 12) speaks to reporters Feb. 22 following a visit to the CCoE and Fort Gordon. The congressman spent more than three hours at the post receiving updates on installation operations and activities from a number of officials, including Maj. Gen. John B. Morrison, Jr., commanding general of the CCoE and Fort Gordon.
Long-Range Connection

Long-Range Connection

Pfc. Brittany Marshall and Pfc. Jonathan Stephens perform a function test on a High-Capacity Line-of-Sight Tactical Radio. Marshall and Stephens are students in the Signal School's Microwave Systems Operator/Maintainer Course.
Cyber Quest Connections

Cyber Quest Connections

Lt. Col. Stephen Roberts, lead project officer for Cyber Quest '17, welcomes vendors to an initial planning meeting Feb. 14 at the Augusta Marriott Hotel and Convention Center. Nearly 30 vendors will participate in the nearly three-week long experiment in June, which looks at identifying innovative signal, cyber, electronic warfare, and intelligence technologies. (Photo by CCoE Public Affairs)
Microwave System

Microwave System

Instructor Benny Ambs helps Pvt. Dawson Nash arrive at the ‘question to an answer ‘ in a Microwave Systems Operator Course class. Dawson and his fellow students were participating in a Jeopardy-style competition as part of their training
Field Training

Field Training

Students in the Signal School's Radio Operator-Maintainer Course prepare to set up an OE-254 Antenna Group at a field training site at Fort Gordon. The students' training including performing a complete inventory of the equipment, connecting and erecting it, and properly packing it for storage.
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ANDERSON SAMUEL G II COL OFFICIAL ASU CYBER 20160801COL Sam Anderson

COL Sam Anderson assumed duties as Chief of Staff, U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon, GA on July 13, 2016. Prior to his current position, COL Anderson was the Garrison Commander at Fort Gordon.

COL Anderson graduated from Virginia Military Institute in 1990 and was commissioned in the Signal Corps. He was first assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 7th Field Artillery Regiment, 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, NY, and later to the 10th Signal Battalion, 10th Mountain Division.

COL Anderson next commanded C Company, 369th Signal Battalion, 15th Signal Brigade at Fort Gordon. Following company command, he was the Battalion Signal Officer for 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment at Fort Lewis, WA. He was then assigned as the S3 for the Joint Communications Unit at Fort Bragg, NC. He subsequently served as an S3 in the Office of Military Support and then as a signal squadron commander in U.S. Army Special Operations Command. In 2008, COL Anderson assumed command of the 112th Signal Battalion (Special Operations) (Airborne). From 2010-2012, he commanded the Joint Communications Unit.

COL Anderson’s operational experience includes Operation Restore Hope in Somalia, service in Bosnia,and multiple tours in the CENTCOM area of operations in support of IRAQI and ENDURING FREEDOM.

COL Anderson’s military education includes the Field Artillery Basic Course, Signal Officer Advanced Course, Army Command and General Staff College, and the National War College.

COL Anderson’s military decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2 OLC), and Meritorious Service Medal (1 OLC). He has also been awarded the Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist Badge, Pathfinder Badge, Military Free Fall Badge, German Parachutist Badge, and Chilean Parachutist Badge. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering, a Master of Arts in Telecommunications Management from Webster University, and a Master of Science in National Security Strategy from the National War College.

COL Anderson is married to the former Jana Yancey. They have two daughters, Greyson and Emma.