396th Signal’s Haines wins prestigious leadership award

| May 8, 2015 | 0 Comments

signal_flags1st Lt. Emily Klinkenborg
396th Signal Company, 30th Sig. Battalion
516th Sig. Brigade, 311th Sig. Command


WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — For the past eight years, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association chapter in Washington has teamed up with the military information technology leadership awards executive selection committee to determine the recipients for their annual Military IT Leadership Award.

This year, the Army Enlisted Service IT Leadership Award was granted to Staff Sgt. Adam J. Haines, 396th Signal Company, April 18.



As one of the 14 recipients, Haines is invited to attend the 8th annual awards luncheon and dinner in Washington, where he will be recognized amongst distinguished leaders working in support of the armed forces.

As a network management group supervisor for a strategic signal company, Haines took the initiative to re-evaluate and restructure the secure network on Oahu. His technical proficiency, management of the network and ability to create long-lasting, positive rapport with end-users reflects greatly upon himself as a leader and a continuation of outstanding reputation for the unit.

The dinner will include a keynote presentation by Adm. James Winnfeld, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.


IT Leadership Award

The award recognizes one enlisted member and one officer from each of the armed forces, in addition to four service members (two enlisted and two officers) assigned to a joint billet.

These Signal warriors are selected from across the globe based on their significant contributions to their respective units and the warfighters they support through the medium of information technology.


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