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LTG (Ret.) Vaughn O. Lang

LTG (Ret.) Vaughn O. Lang began his service to our Regiment as a 2LT at the Officers’ Basic Course at Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey in 1952. His subsequent assignments were as the Commander of Bravo Company and then the S3 for the 50th Signal Battalion. He served as the Signal advisor to the Vietnamese 21st Infantry Division as part of the MACV. His assignments then began to include those which engaged him in materiel acquisition. He served in the Radio-Radar Procurement Branch and in the European Trans-Atlantic Project. Interspersed in these assignments, LTG (Ret.) Lang was chosen to command at every level. He commanded both 447th Signal Battalion in Europe and the 39th Signal Battalion in Viet Nam with his unit commands culminating with  the command of the 1st Signal Brigade. He then went on to command the Communications and Electronic Materiel Readiness Command and the Army Communications Agency. Clearly, LTG (Ret.) Lang has risen above his peers at every level and dedicated himself to the service of his Regiment. But it was in his last assignment that he may have made his greatest contribution to our Nation.  He served as the director of a program devoted to the continuity of our constitutional form of government and to the survival of the Office of the President of the United States. Clearly, LTG (Ret.) Vaughn O. Lang has well-earned the status of  Distinguished Member of our Regiment.  



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