Regimental Division,
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CW4 (Ret.) James P. Eury (2003)

CW 4 (Ret.) James P. Eury has served the Signal Regiment and the U.S. Army for the past 40 years in many assignments, including 30 years of active service in the Army.   

He currently serves as the logistics division chief (S-4) for the 302nd Signal Battalion, 21st Signal Brigade, Fort Detrick, Md.  His enlisted assignments include the 201st Signal Company, 32d Signal Battalion, Germany; and the 426th Signal Company, 35th Signal Group, Fort Bragg.   

After appointment to warrant officer, he served as the battalion maintenance officer in the 25th Signal Battalion and the 82nd Signal Battalion (Airborne), Fort Bragg and as the brigade maintenance officer in the 1107th Signal Brigade, Fort Ritchie and the 1108th Signal Brigade, Fort Detrick, Md.  

His overseas assignments include Vietnam, Korea, and three tours to Germany. Two of his significant accomplishments while assigned overseas include the Commanding Generalís Maintenance Awards for both the 5th and 7th Corps. He is the only warrant officer to date to ever be awarded both of these awards.  

After retirement from the Army in 1993, he returned to the 1108th Signal Brigade as a Department of the Army civilian staff officer in the brigade S-4.  He continued to shape Army communications logistics through planning and implementation of all new equipment fielding, and acted as principal staff action officer for all facility infrastructure projects throughout the command.  

In his current capacity as the 302nd Signal Battalion S-4, his responsibilities include planning, support, and implementation of a broad range of logistics programs pursuant to new equipment fielding of DoD C4 systems, including SATCOM upgrades and Army transformation initiatives such as teleport, that will provide SATCOM crossbanding capabilities to joint combatant commanders and the deployed warfighter.  

He was awarded the Army Chief of Staffís Award for Supply Excellence in 2000, the FORSCOM Commanding Generalís Award for Maintenance Excellence for three consecutive years, and the ASC/NETCOM Commanderís Maintenance Excellence Award for five consecutive years. His achievements in support of Army communications and the Signal Regiment are remarkable and unprecedented.

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