Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

United States Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, GA
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CW4 (Ret.) Jack C. Wilson

CW4 (R) Jack C. Wilson began his military career in 1956 when he came to Camp Gordon, Georgia, for telecommunications and cryptography training. His first assignment sent him to Kyoto, Japan. Then, he worked at the Joint Staff Special Security Office until his warrant appointment in 1963. Following his appointment, Chief Wilson went to work for the CRITICOMM relay station in Saigon, the TUSLOG detachment in Turkey, the National Security Agency, and spent a second tour in southeast Asia designing and implementing the communications system for the army of the Republic of Vietnamís (ARVN) Special Security Technical Branch. Following his retirement in 1986, he went to work as a contractor on the Trojan program and deployed with the first Trojan Spirit Systems to Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He also deployed to Somalia, Bosnia and Kosovo to provide training and operational oversight of satellite communication systems. Today, he is the leader of the Trojan division for the INSCOM CIO/G6, responsible for 647 Trojan or Trojan-enabled systems supporting the Army, Marine Corps, Homeland Defense, and allied systems throughout the world. For over 50 years of dedication to the development of Signal systems throughout the world, Chief Wilson was appointed a Distinguished Member in 2009.

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April 04, 2012

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