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LTG (Ret.) Bruce R. Harris (1995)

LTG (Ret.) Bruce Harris retired from the Army in 1989 after more than 33 years of active-duty service. At the time of his retirement, LTG Harris was director of information systems for command, control, communications and computers in the Secretary of the Army’s office. LTG Harris’ earlier assignments included commander, U.S. Army Signal Center and School; deputy commanding general of the Army’s Information Systems Command; commander, U.S. Army Communications Systems Agency; assistant division commander, 9th Infantry Division; and deputy assistant Secretary of Defense for legislative (congressional) affairs, where he was the senior military adviser to the Secretary on legislation of interest to the Defense Department.

LTG Harris is also experienced and qualified in logistics management, installation management and aviation. He was rated in both fixed and rotary wing aircraft and served two tours in Vietnam as an Army helicopter pilot.

LTG Harris pioneered the application of tactical automated command-and-control systems and was a principal player in the merging of communications, automation, printing and publishing, imaging and records management into a single functional area within the Army.

His awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star medal and Meritorious Service Medal with oak-leaf cluster. LTG Harris was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Signal Regiment in 1995 and appointed Honorary Colonel of the Regiment in 1998.

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LTG (Ret.) Bruce Harris
Harris circa 1989.

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