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LTG (Ret.) Alfred J. Mallette (1994)

LTG (Ret.) Al Mallette held a variety of command and staff positions over his 33-year career, culminating in his last assignment as deputy director general of NATO’s Communications and Information Systems Agency in Brussels, Belgium. Other assignments included commander, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, Fort Monmouth, N.J.; commander, 5th Signal Command/deputy chief of staff for information management, U.S. Army Europe; deputy commander, U.S. Army Signal Center and School, Fort Gordon, Ga; commander, 93d Signal Brigade, and commander, 8th Signal Battalion, both in Germany; S-3 and later executive officer, 121st Signal Battalion, Fort Riley, Kan.; and group Signal officer, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Dominican Republic.

LTG Mallette’s awards and decorations included the Distinguished Service Award, Legion of Merit with two oak-leaf clusters, Bronze Star medal with oak-leaf cluster and Meritorious Service Medal with oak-leaf cluster. The Signal Regiment inducted him as a Distinguished Member of the Regiment in 1994.

LTG Mallette died in 1994. The Mallette Lounge in the Regimental Hall (near Signal Towers, Signal Center) was established to commemorate his life; it contains items on loan from his family.

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