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CW5 (Ret.) Jack Hrubik (2004)

CW5  (Retired) Jack Hrubik has contributed to the Signal Regiment for more than 39 years in a myriad of highly visible positions. Hrubik enlisted in the Army in January 1964 and was trained as a field radio repairman. He was accepted into the warrant officer flight program in 1968. Upon completion of flight training he was sent to Vietnam where he continued to support Signal Soldiers during installations of radar and communications sites in the Mekong Delta. In 1978 Hrubik was medically grounded from flight status but remained on active duty with a P4 profile. His first Signal warrant assignment was to the Communications-Electronics Engineering Installation Agency where he began his role as a premier technician and advisor to his commanders and as a mentor to Signal warrants in the commands he would serve. From 1981 to 1986 he served as the officer-in-charge of the 270th Signal Company where he earned several Army Signal Command, 5th Signal Command, and information systems command maintenance awards.  He served his last 11 years on active duty moving with the assistance of a crutch, but he never stumbled in providing leadership, mentorship and a recipe for what a Signal warrant should be. In his retirement, Hrubik continues to support the regiment by providing information technology services and enterprise management through his association with Network Command and Communications Electronics Command.

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