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Mission Statement

NETCOM leads global operations for the Army's portion of the DODIN, ensuring freedom of action in cyberspace while denying the same to our adversaries.

Vision Statement

Our Army's varsity communicators, conducting decisive cyberspace operations in support of Unified Action.

Command Group

Commanding General, NETCOM

Major General John W. Baker

Major General Baker is a 1985 graduate of Norwich University where he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in Armor. He served his initial assignment with the 1st Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment from 1985 to 1989. In 1990, Major General Baker was the S-6 for 4-77 Field Artillery Battalion in Babenhausen, Germany.

From 1991-1994 he served with the 22d Signal Brigade in Darmstadt, Germany, as the 440th Signal Battalion S-4, the Commander of A Company, 32d Signal Battalion, and in the Brigade Plans section. In 1994, he served as a Joint Staff Intern in the Strategy Division, J-5. Major General Baker was then assigned to the Program, Analysis and Evaluation Directorate, Office of the Chief of Staff, Army, as a program analyst.

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Command Sergeant Major, NETCOM

Command Sergeant Major Jennifer Taylor

Command Sergeant Major Jennifer L. Taylor assumed her current position as the Command Sergeant Major for the U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology command, June 28, 2018. CSM Taylor is a native of Killeen, Texas, and began her career in January of 1993 where she attended basic training and AIT at Fort McClellan, Alabama as a Military Police Officer (31B). In 2000, she reclassified to Information Technology Specialists (25B).

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Deputy to the Commander/Senior Technical Director/Chief Engineer, NETCOM

Mr. Dovarius L. Peoples

Mr. Dovarius L. Peoples, a member of the Senior Executive Service, serves as the Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army NETCOM. In this capacity, he is the principal advisor to the Army Cyber Command, CIO/G-6, NETCOM Staff principals, and major subordinate commanders and directors worldwide on the full spectrum of NETCOM programs and operations.

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Deputy Commanding Officer - Operations, NETCOM

Colonel Scott Bird

COL Scott Bird was commissioned into the Signal Corps as a Second Lieutenant in 1993 upon graduating from Monmouth College in Monmouth Illinois. After completion of the Signal Officer’s Basic Course he was assigned to 35th Signal Brigade (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. There he served in the 327th Signal Battalion (Airborne) as a Platoon Leader for a Single Channel Radio, a Mobil Subscriber Equipment Node Center Platoon, and a Tri-Tac Node and Message Switch Platoon, and as the Battalion’s Assistant Operations Officer. While at Fort Bragg, COL Bird also deployed to Bosnia as the Signal Officer for the 229th Attack Aviation Regiment (Airborne) as part of Operation JOINT GUARD.

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Deputy Commanding Officer - Support, NETCOM

Colonel Christina Bloss

Colonel Bloss has served in a variety of positions. She began her career in the 102nd MI Bn , Camp Casey, Korea from 1989-1990 as the Battalion S2 and ELINT Platoon Leader, in 7-101 Aviation Battalion, 101st AVN BDE, 101st DIV, Fort Campbell, KY from 1990-1992, as the Battalion S2, deploying to DESERT STORM/DESERT SHIELD with the 101st. Colonel Bloss had a 9 year break in service where she remained active in the United States Army Reserves and was recalled to active duty while serving as the HHC, Commander, USACAPOC August 2001. Colonel Bloss served at INSCOM Headquarters from 2001-2003 as an Operations Team Chief and Inspector General, she had a variety of assignments in Hawaii from 2003-2005 beginning as the USARPAC G2, Deputy Chief of Plans, Fort Shafter; Intel Plans Officer, Standing Joint Force Headquarters (SJFHQ), Ford Island; and Battalion S3, 732nd MI Bn, Schofield Barracks. Colonel Bloss served in Korea from 2005-2008 in Eighth U. S. Army, as the Chief of Plans, G2 and Secretary of the General Staff, and in USARCENT from 2008-2010 as the Strategic Intelligence Plans Officer, G3 and the Deputy G5 (FWD) Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. From 2010-2013, Colonel Bloss was the Chief, Watchlisting Division, Joint Intelligence Task Force-Combatting Terrorism and Deputy Director Operations, Defense Combatting Terrorism Center, Defense Intelligence Agency. From 2013-2015, Colonel Bloss served as a Presiding Officer, Army Review Board Agency, Pentagon, and from 2015-2017 she served as the J25, Plans and Exercises Division, J2 AFRICOM, Stuttgart, GE, and most recently as the NETCOM G2 from 1 August 2017 to 20 June 2018.

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Command Chief Warrant Officer, NETCOM

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Tammy D. Surratt

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Tammy D. Surratt is a native of Petersburg, Nebraska. She entered the U.S. Army on May 4, 1992, attended Basic training at Fort Dix, New Jersey, and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Georgia.

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Chief of Staff, NETCOM

Colonel Timothy P. Norton

Colonel Tim Norton assumed his current position as the Chief of Staff on March 1, 2017. His previous assignment was as the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-3 for the 5th Signal Command (Theater) in Wiesbaden, Germany.

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Page last updated 01 October 2018