Regimental Division,
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CW5 (Ret.) Robert Pace (2008)

CW5 (Ret.) Robert Pace has served the Regiment continuously since his arrival on Fort Gordon for AIT in 1970. Trained as a microwave repairman, he was assigned to a variety of units to include the 226th Signal Company which supported the last Honest John Missile Unit that served in the U.S. Army. He was appointed a Warrant (256A) in 1980, serving 9 years with the 1st, 2nd and 4th Infantry Divisions. He spent the rest of his Warrant Officer career in support of Joint operations and operational testing. Retiring in 2002, he went to work with the Army G-6 as a contractor, where he was part of the 3-person team that initiated and put into operation the Blue Force Tracking System.  CW5 Pace was integral to the technical and material preparation for the Combined Field Land Component Command, as well as the V Corps units for Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom. He has traveled into the most remote areas of the AOR twenty times over the last 5 years, researching technical communications issues in order to expertly represent the needs of the deployed Warfighter to the DA and OSD staff. He has approached every job with competence, passion and humor, always remaining focused on Signal Soldiers. CW5 Pace well deserves the recognition as a Distinguished Member of the Regiment.

 

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