Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

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LTG (Ret.) John T. Myers (1992)

LTG (Ret.) John Myers retired from the Army in 1992 after serving more than 34 years. His career encompassed the fields of telecommunications and information systems. His last assignment was deputy director general of NATO’s Communications and Information Systems Agency. In that capacity he directed a major reorganization study which became the basis for reviewing the entire NATO CIS community; he helped refine and develop concepts for telecommunications and information systems support for major NATO exercises.

Other key assignments included director, Defense Communications Agency, and manager, National Communications System; deputy commander, Army Communications Command; director of training at the U.S. Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, Ga., and commander, 1st Signal Training Brigade; and adviser on the design and defense of planned active force structure to the Army’s assistant vice chief of staff and director of programs analysis and evaluation.

LTG Myers’ awards and decorations include Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star medal with three oak-leaf clusters and Meritorious Service Medal. The Signal Regiment inducted him as a Distinguished Member in 1992.

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