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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 in support of multi-domain operations.

Vision Statement

NETCOM 2030 is the premier communications organization and information services provider to all DODIN-Army customers worldwide, ensuring all commanders have decision advantage in support of mission commmand within the multi-domain environment.

Command Group

Commanding General, NETCOM

Major General Christopher L. Eubank

MMG Christopher L. Eubank is a native of Roanoke, Virginia. He was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant from the Virginia Military Institute.

MG Eubank’s military awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, GWOT Expeditionary and Service Medals, NATO Medal, Combat Action Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, and Polish Jump Wings.

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Command Sergeant Major, NETCOM

Command Sergeant Major Jason D. McCoy

Command Sergeant Major (CSM) Jason D. McCoy enlisted in the Army on 12 November 1999, completing Basic Training at Fort Benning, Georgia and Advanced Individual Training at Fort Gordon, Georgia where he received the Military Occupational Specialty of 25B, Information Systems Analyst.

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

Mr. Patrick C. Dedham

Mr. Patrick Dedham serves as the Deputy to the Commanding General U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command. Mr. Dedham manages and provides strategic direction for NETCOM activities to lead global operations for the Army's portion of the Department of Defense Information Network (DODIN) and to ensure freedom of action in cyberspace while denying the same to our adversaries.

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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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Command Chief Warrant Officer, NETCOM

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Deshawn L. Bell

Chief Warrant Officer 5 Deshawn L. Bell joined the HQ, NETCOM staff as the Command Chief Warrant Officer on 11 June 2021. He serves as the Senior Network Operations Technician and a principal advisor to NETCOM on all ongoing and emerging network and information services efforts within DoD and DA. He advises on efforts that impact the installation, operation, maintenance, and defense of the Army’s portion of the DoDIN. He most recently served as the Senior Technology Advisor, USARPAC G6, Fort Shafter, HI, where he was the primary technical advisor on all network and systems matters, especially as it related to strategic-to-tactical systems integration within US Army Pacific (USARPAC) Theater. Prior to USARPAC, CW5 Bell served as the Signal Regiment’s fifth Regimental Chief Warrant Officer (RCWO), Signal Regimental HQ’s, Fort Gordon, GA. He served as the Senior Warrant Officer Advisor to the Chief of Signal on the improvement and management of the eight proponency life-cycle functions impacting Signal Warrant officers across all three US Army COMPOs

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Chief of Staff, NETCOM

Colonel William T. Ewing

Colonel William T. Ewing is a native of western Kentucky. He received his commission as a Military Intelligence Officer from the Kentucky Military Academy in 1994. He is a graduate of the Armor Officer Basic, Military Intelligence Officer Transition Course, Signal Officer Advanced Course, Command and General Staff College, the Advanced Operations Course and the United States Army War College.

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Page last updated 13 May 2022