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Mission statement

507th Signal Company, Building 1061 - Fort Wainwright, Alaska


Our Mission is to provide reliable and timely sustaining base information systems support to the United States Army Alaska (USARAK), elements north of the range (NOR), the Cold Regions Test Center (CRTC), MEDCOM, SMDC and other federal elements at Fort Wainwright/Greely.

Captain Stephanie N. Dorsey-Boatman
Commander, 507th Signal Company / Network Enterprise Center - Fort wainwright (NEC-FWA)

Captain Stephanie N. Dorsey-BoatmanCaptain Boatman is a native of Augusta, Georgia.  She graduated in 2004 from Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.  After two years of teaching mathematics for the District of Columbia Public School system, CPT Boatman was commissioned as an Army Signal Corps Officer through the Officer Candidate School in Fort Benning, Georgia in January 2007.

After graduating from OCS, CPT Boatman was assigned to 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Patriot) Fort Bliss, Texas, where she served as the Battalion S6 and Headquarters, Headquarters Battery Communications Platoon Leader. During her tenure with 3-2 ADA BN, she had the opportunity to complete a one year Temporary Change of Station to Suwon Air Base, South Korea, where she served as the Battalion S6. Her previous assignment was 1st Battalion, 5th Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division at Fort Wainwright, Alaska where she was the Battalion S6. During the unit’s combat tour in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, she concurrently served as the Battalion S6 and the Battalion Female Engagement Team coordinator.

Her military education includes the Signal Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, and the Signal Officer Battalion S6 course, Fort Gordon, Georgia.

Captain Boatman’s awards include the Bronze star Medal, the Army Commendation Medal (one Oak Leaf Cluster), Army Achievement Medal  (three Oak Leaf Clusters), Afghanistan Campaign Medal (two Stars), NATO International Security Assistance Force Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, and Overseas Service Ribbon (Second Device).

Captain Boatman is married to Captain Zacery C. Boatman and together they have six wonderful children.

1SG, 507th Signal Company / Network Enterprise Center - Fort wainwright (NEC-FWA)

1SG Darrel W. Colburn

Darrel W. Colburn enlisted in the Army in April 1990 for Tactical/Strategic Microwave Systems Repairer course.  His background includes duties as Electronics Maintenance Shop Multi-channel NCOIC, Technical Control NCOIC/Supervisor, Maintenance Control Sergeant, Drill Sergeant, Platoon Sergeant, Retention Control NCOIC, Sytstems Control Officer and 1SG.

First Sergeant Colburn's assignments include: 229th  Signal Company (TAC/SAT), Camp Humphreys, Korea, A Co 306 Military Intelligence Battalion, Fort Huachuca, AZ, HQ Company 125th Signal Battalion 25th Infantry Division (Light), HI, 58th Maintenance Company (GS), 7th Transportation Group, 1st Corps Support Command, Ft. Bragg, NC, D Co Special Warfare Training Group (SWTG), John F. Kennedy Warfare Training Center, Ft. Bragg, NC, 550th Signal Company, 54th Signal Battalion, Doha, Qatar, Joint Communications Support Element (JCSE), MacDill Air force Base, Tampa, FL, C Co 551st Signal Battalion, Fort Gordon, GA, DISA-PAC, Wheeler Army Airfield, HI and 507th Signal Company 59th Signal Brigade Ft Wainwright Alaska.  First Sergeant Colburn also deployed to Baghdad, Iraq with 10th Special Forces Group and Balad, Iraq with the 5th Special Forces Group.

He is married and has two energetic boys.


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