112th SOSB receives new commander

112th SOSB receives new commander – Update

Lieutenant Colonel Peter A. Gallagher took command of the 112th Special Operations Signal Battalion from Lieutenant Colonel Robert T. Bell Jr. in a ceremony at Fort Bragg July 3.

Gallagher, a native of Pittsburg, Kan., received his commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Pittsburg State University in 1985.

His previous assignments include division telecommunications officer, platoon leader and executive officer, 123rd Signal Battalion, 3rd Infantry Division, Wuerzburg, Germany; and assistant division signal officer, signal battalion operations officer and secretary of the general stag 25th Infantry Division, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii.

Bell, who had commanded the 112th since June 29, 2000, will attend the Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala. — Barbara Ashley, USASOC PAO

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