Regimental Division,
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LTG (Ret.) Peter M. Cuviello (2006)

LTG (Retired) Peter Cuviello led with vision, decisiveness and a true commitment to the Signal Regiment, the Army and the United States of America.   General Cuviello began his military career as a platoon leader with the 141st Signal Battalion, then platoon leader and radio officer with 523rd Signal Battalion, 23rd Infantry Division, in Vietnam.  He served as a company commander with the 67th Signal Battalion at Fort Gordon, Ga; Commander, 57th Signal Battalion and 3rd Signal Brigade Commander at Fort Hood, Texas; Chief of Signal and  Commanding General, United States Army Signal Center,  Fort Gordon.  In his final assignment as the Chief Information Officer/G6 for the United States Army, he successfully led the army’s most intensive information technology changes in more than a century- Army Knowledge Management- while fully dedicated to directing the Army’s command, control, communication and computers as related to national security and defense.  After 33 years of military service, General Cuviello retired and joined Lockheed-Martin  Corporation where he continues to serve the military C4 and IT community.   He was named the “International AFCEAN of the Year” in 2003.  His personal commitment to the ideals and people of the Regiment serve as a working example for all Signaleers, both military and civilian.

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