Regimental Division,
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Mr. Bobby Dunn (2006)

Mr. Bobby Dunn enlisted in the Army in 1961 and retired  after 23  years of honorable and selfless service. His military career encompassed a variety of Army Security Agency and Signal assignments. He served in combat as a tactical Signal officer with the First Battalion 46th Infantry  of the 196th Infantry Brigade and then with the Signal Advisory Group in Vietnam.

He later served with the 16th, 122nd and 142nd Signal Battalions and finally with the 3rd Signal Brigade as the Brigade S4.  Upon retirement, Mr. Dunn joined General Dynamics serving as the manager of the MSE Regional Support Center for Third Corps at Ft. Hood, Texas. In this capacity, he has continued to provide support for the U.S. Army for twenty years.  He deployed  in 1991 to support Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm with four recently fielded MSE Signal Battalions  and then deployed in 2003 in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom One, and once again in 2004 for  Iraqi Freedom Two and Three.  Mr Dunn is personally and professionally involved with all aspects of the Third Corps Signal force.

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