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CW5 (Ret.) Bernard Milloy

CW5 (R) Bernard (Sonny) Milloy enlisted in the Army in May 1959 receiving training as a missile tracking radar operator. In 1965, Chief Milloy was sent to Vietnam where he was the NCOIC of a depot maintenance repair facility where he reduced the equipment downtime by 70%, a feat not lost on leaders and Soldiers. Chief Milloy was accepted into the warrant officer flight program in 1968. Following graduation, he was assigned to the 504th Military Intelligence Group as a communications officer. From this point forward, he was the premier technician, advisor to his commanders, and mentor to Signal warrants continuing to support the Signal Regiment. Additional assignments took Chief Milloy around the world training Soldiers and Officers on various subjects to include navigation and radio systems, ground radar operations, COMSEC, and aviation safety. In June of 1991, Chief Milloy was assigned as the Communications Security Officer, V Corps. In this assignment, he was responsible for the turn-in of over five thousand nuclear keys under the non-proliferation treaty which was accomplished without incident and resulted in laudatory comments from the command. Chief Milloy retired from active duty service in 1999 after over 38 years of active service and continues to support the Signal Regiment with his work for the Joint Interoperability Test Command. For his extensive tactical and technical expertise significantly impacting the Soldier, Airman, Sailor and Marine in the field, Chief Milloy was appointed as a Distinguished Member in 2009.

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