9th Signal Command (Army) lost a true hero, team player, and Soldier March 24, after a short battle with stomach cancer. Staff Sgt. Luis A. Rivera-Sanchez was a member of the 114th Signal Battalion, 21st Signal Brigade, and worked in the National Gateway Center - Raven Rock as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge.
He began working at Raven Rock Mountain Complex on May 9, 2007.
His hard work, dedication, and motivation made him one of the most revered NCOs within the unit.
As the weather changes from winter to spring, we can expect to see more people implementing their First Amendment right that allows peaceful demonstrations and the freedom of assembly.
Most demonstrations are planned or announced; however, a peaceful protest can easily turn violent.You may encounter other unannounced unplanned demonstrations, marches or events especially while visiting Washington, D.C; Baltimore; Philadelphia or any other major city.
The best guidance is to avoid them.
Command Sgt. Maj. Timothy Czuba, 21st Signal Brigade Command Sergeant Major, announced two signal Soldiers as the winners of the Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year competition held March 7- 10, at Fort A.P. Hill, Va.
Sergeant. Teng Lin, a Microwave Systems Operator-Maintainer for the 114th Signal Battalion, was named the NCO of the Year and Pfc. Ethan Berry, a Radio Operator-Maintainer assigned to the Forward Detachment, 56th Signal Battalion, Fort Sam Houston, Texas was named Soldier of the Year for the Brigade.