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Army Communicator. Volume 35, Number 2
ARMY SIGNAL CENTER AND FORT GORDON GA
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Significant accomplishments behind, challenges ahead We have certainly come a long way over the past 150 years. Beginning in 1860 with the inventor of the very first formal visual signaling system for the Army, Major Albert J. Myer, our first Chief of Signal, to the advanced information technologies we have today it has been a tumultuous climb for all those who served in our Signal Regiment. Significant changes have coursed throughout the world during the past three years as we orchestrated communications in two combat theaters and advanced American interests globally. We are downsizing our military forces in Iraq where elections have taken place twice, demonstrating that this country is well on its way to establishing democracy and becoming a stabilized nation in the Middle East.
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