Colonel Bradford Davis COS Insignia

Brigade Commander 106th Signal Brigade Fort Sam Houston, TX

Colonel Dave Lamy


Colonel Dave Lamy is a native of Vernon, Connecticut. He is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University and was commissioned as an    Infantry Officer in 1995.

Colonel Lamy enlisted in 1989. He served as an Infantry Scout and Scout Team Leader with the 4th Battalion, 22d Infantry, 25th Infantry Division (Light). Following commissioning, COL Lamy served as Platoon Leader and Support Platoon Leader in the 1st Battalion, 87th Infantry, 10th Mountain Division (Light); Executive Officer, HHB, XVIII Airborne Corps Artillery; Plans Officer, 35th Signal Brigade (Airborne); BN S6, 1st Battalion, 43d Air Defense Artillery, 6th Cavalry Brigade; Company Commander, D Company, 50th Signal Battalion (Forced Entry)(Airborne). Following company command, COL Lamy served in his functional area as a Civil Affairs Officer, D Co, 96th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne); Brigade S6, 95th Civil Affairs Brigade (Airborne); Chief of Plans and Exercises, ACoS G6, XVIII Airborne Corps; Operations Officer, 50th Signal Battalion (Airborne); Executive Officer, 50th Signal Battalion (Expeditionary). COL Lamy then commanded the 51st Signal Battalion (Expeditionary). COL Lamy’s last assignment was as the Requirements Division Chief, C4/CYBER Directorate, Joint Staff J6.

COL Lamy is a graduate of the Infantry Officers Basic Course, Signal Officer Transition Course, Signal Officer Advanced Course, Command and General Staff College, and the National War College.

COL Lamy has numerous operational deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq in Support Operation Enduring Freedom.

COL Lamy’s awards and decorations are commensurate with his time in service and include the Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, German and French Parachutist Badges.



Mission Statement: The 106th Signal Brigade enables mission command and ensures cyber superiority for the Army and Joint Forces to maintain multi-domain freedom of maneuver from the western AO of CONUS.

Vision Statement: A trained, professional, and motivated team enabling mission command, protecting the network, and owning consequence management on the forefront of the Army's next generation network.