Army G-6 welcomes new Director for Networks and C4 Services Integration

By Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6August 23, 2022

Brig. Gen. Jacqueline (Denise) Brown
Networks and C4 Services Director Brig. Gen. Jacqueline (Denise) Brown, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6, Headquarters, Department of the Army (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL

ARLINGTON, Va. -- Brigadier General Jacqueline (Denise) Brown is joining the Army’s Networks and Command, Control, Communications and Computer Services and Integration (NC4SI).

In this role, she will provide strategic direction and guidance to set the Unified Network for Multi-Domain Operations and Large-Scale Combat Operations.

Brig. Gen. Brown joins the G-6 team as the Army’s Unified Network Plan continues to gain momentum. The plan aligns multiple, complex network modernization efforts into a single, coherent approach required to support Multi-Domain Operations.

“This is an exciting time to be with NC4SI. We are fundamentally changing the way we will operate in the future, and this will require us to accelerate our modernization efforts to achieve a Unified Network. It is great to be back on the G6 team!” Brown said

Born in Mississippi, Brown grew up mainly in Georgia. She received her commission in the United States Army in 1992 from Georgia Southern University, where she graduated as a Distinguished Military Graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Production and Operations Management. She also holds master’s degrees in Telecommunication Management from Webster University and in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College. She is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Brig. Gen. Brown began her Army career with the 6th Signal Battalion, Fort Richardson, Alaska. Most recently, she was the Director for Command, Control, Communications and Cyber (J6) at U.S. Indo-Pacific Command.  She has served on the Joint Staff and held a number of other command and staff positions during her career.

Brig. Gen. Brown brings the knowledge, skills, and talent the team needs as the Army aligns network modernization efforts and drives to a resilient, survivable network that can maneuver at the speed of a data centric Army and support Joint Command and Control capabilities. She will be a critical player in the acceleration of network operation capabilities and moving the Army to a Hybrid Cloud environment based on trust principles. We look forward to the experience Denise will bring as a leader within the G6.

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Brig. Gen. Brown's biography is available here (link).

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