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MG (Ret.) Robert L. Nabors

MG (R) Robert L. Nabors’ active duty career spans over 34 years serving in various communications positions throughout the world to include serving in Vietnam, Korea, Italy, Germany, and the United States. He began his career as a Platoon Leader in the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Riley, Kansas. He went on to command the 509th Signal Battalion and served as the Deputy Commander of White House Communications Agency. As the Commander of 5th Signal Command, he directed the operations of the communications infrastructure to deliver the full array of IT services to a combined U.S. military, U.S. Department of State, and NATO customer base of more than 100,000 personnel. He was named Director of the Pentagon Information Technology Services and took charge of the Pentagon’s $890 million IT modernization. His last assignment was as Commander, Communications and Electronics Command at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, where he oversaw a multi-million dollar operation dedicated to sustaining joint warfighters throughout the world. For his endeavors, MG Nabors earned thirty-eight military awards and decorations throughout his career. After retirement, his service to the Regiment and our country continued with his support to homeland security programs and with oversight programs for national, state and local governments. Throughout his career, MG Nabors was a true leader of Soldiers of all ranks and always mindful of the people who served with and for him – a true champion of humanitarianism. He will always be remembered as one of our most passionate leaders, gifted speakers, and one who led efforts to create professional opportunities for all employees regardless of race, gender or national origin. For his years of selfless service, MG (R) Robert L. Nabors was appointed as a Distinguished Member in 2009.

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