Reach Pacific Command personnel by joining us as a sponsor or exhibitor at the Cyber and IT Training Day for Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER). The purpose
Reach Pacific Command personnel by joining us as a sponsor or exhibitor at the Cyber and IT Training Day for Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER). The purpose of this event is to further educate Cyber and IT warfighters at JBER on the latest cybersecurity strategies, remediation techniques, and resilience tactics. This will be accomplished through SME speaker sessions and an exhibit hall featuring cyber industry innovations and IT modernization advancements.
About the 59th Signal Battalion
The 59th Signal Battalion conducts strategic Signal operations to enable mission command for Joint, DoD, and U.S. Army Alaska (USARAK) organizations within Alaska and serves as the Continuity of Operations (COOP) for the Regional Cyber Center – Pacific (RCC-P). The 59th Signal Battalion has units and personnel at the three major Army installations in Alaska: Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson (JBER), Fort Wainwright, and Fort Greely with its primary headquarters at JBER. Charlie Company, 307th Expeditionary Signal Battalion is also co-located at JBER to provide expeditionary communications support to USARAK all across Alaska.
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson (JBER), holds the distinction of being one of 12 DoD Joint Bases when Elmendorf AFB and Fort Richardson merged. The 673d ABW consists of four groups that operate and maintain the joint base for air sovereignty, combat training, force staging, and throughput operations in support of worldwide contingencies. The installation hosts the headquarters for the United States Alaskan Command, 11th Air Force, U.S. Army Alaska, 59th Signal Battalion, the Alaskan North American Aerospace Defense Command Region, and more. JBER has over 31,000 service members and civilian employees.