All of the above.
A signal visual information company is normally assigned to the theater
signal command (Army). The visual information company's mission is to
provide combat camera support to satisfy the operational requirements of
the theater Army HQ, other major and subordinate HQ of Army field units
at theater, and joint HQ when required. If additional support is required
by the functional users, augmentation is provided by the visual
information company. (page 3-7, para 1b(5)(a)(b)(c))
High volume reproduction requirements within the theater are provided by
the signal reproduction detachment, under the control of the TSC(A).
(page 3-8, para 1b(6)(b))
The corps signal brigade commander also serves as a member of the corps
special staff as the corps signal officer. (page 3-9, para 2b(1))
The corps signal office has the primary responsibility for planning and
preparing the signal estimates, plans, and orders to ensure that adequate
signal office is under the direction of the corps signal officer and is
overseen by the assistant corps signal officer and his staff. (page 3-9, para
Automation management officers at the corps signal office.
Planning, organizing, and coordinating all tactical automation support at
corps is the responsibility of the automation management officers, who are
assigned to the corps signal office. (page 3-11, para 2b(2))
The corps ISSO has the primary responsibility for records management. It
receives its direction and guidance from the assistant corps signal officer.
(page 3-11, para 2b(4))