|Royal Air Force Signals Command|
|Active||3 November 1958–1 January 1969|
|Branch||Royal Air Force|
|Role||controlling Signals activity|
|Motto(s)||Aetherem Vincere (To conquer the upper air)|
The Command was formed on 3 November 1958 by raising No. 90 Group to Command status. It was a relatively short-lived Command, lasting only until 1 January 1969, when it was absorbed by Strike Command by being reduced to group status. It had five Air Officers Commanding during its existence.
In 2006, various elements of the RAF Signals trades and sections were combined at RAF Leeming to form No. 90 Signals Unit with the same badge and motto as No. 90 (Signals) Group and Signals Command.