The professional relationship between the 442d Signal Battalion and the Department of Tactics is significant.
What does SIG BN stand for?
SIG BN stands for Signal Battalion
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Strategy Implementation Group (various organizations)
- Street Index Guide
- Stress in General (scale)
- Structural Informatics Group (Washington)
- Summer Institute for the Gifted
- Surface Immunoglobulins
- Susquehanna International Group (Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania)
- System Integration Group
- Système d'Information Géographique (French)
- Sigmon Traffic Alert (Lloyd Sigmon)
- Signal Ground
- Signal Operator (military communications specialist)
- Special Interest Group: Information Architecture
- Senior Interdepartmental Group - International Economic Policy (Ronald Regan era interdepartmental policy group)
- Signorina (Italian: Miss)
- Signora (Italian: Mistress)
- Schweizerischer Israelitischer Gemeindebund/Fédération Suisse des Communautés Israélites
- Special Interest Group on Library Automation
- Special Interest Group on Process Automation and Management (Association for Information Systems)
- Special Interest Group on User On-Line Interaction
Samples in periodicals archive:
Specialist Gary, a joint node network operator maintainer, is assigned to the 51st Expeditionary Signal Battalion, deployed from Fort Lewis, Wash.
The commander of the 78th Signal Battalion at Camp Zama, Japan, invited all Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, contractors, and local national employees to participate in the battalion's Army Readiness Assessment Program (ARAP) debriefing in 2007.
And after boot camp, the specialist with the 51st Signal Battalion was deployed in the Arabian desert.
Under the contract, ITT will provide all communications support to the Army's 54th Signal Battalion.
NCI is pleased to have been selected as the Fort Lewis 1115th Signal Battalion and DOIM's partner to join them in their mission to provide superior IT services at Fort Lewis.
In order to provide these services 5th Signal Command, with the direct support of the 509th Signal Battalion provides an Installation Processing Node - Italy which comprises of Army Non-secure Internet Protocol Routing Network and Secure Internet Protocol Routing Network services.
These spyware programs started out originally as just a nuisance to our users, but today, they're beginning to impact the reliability of our systems and have even broader implications related to the security of our data," explained Major Bert Belisch, 114th Signal Battalion operations and planning officer.