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CSM (Retired) Larry Paylor (2006)

Retired CSM Larry Paylorís career began in 1972 when he attended basic training at Fort Dix, NJ, and then received advanced individual training in the Signal Corps at Fort Gordon. 

CSM Paylor served five tours overseas to include service with the 1st Signal Brigade in Korea and numerous assignments with the 5th Signal Command and as command sergeant major of the 32nd Signal Battalion in Germany. He has served in every non-commissioned officer leadership position, from team chief, operations sergeant and first sergeant, to command sergeant major. He served as command sergeant major of the 35th Signal Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC, the command sergeant major of the ll08th Signal Brigade, Fort Ritchie, MD, the Fort Ritchie Army Garrison CSM, and finally the CSM of the U.S. Army Signal Command, Fort Huachuca, AZ. He has received numerous awards and recognitions to include 2 Legions of Merit and Silver and Bronze Orders of Mercury and he is an honorary member of the Sergeant  Audie Murphy Club. CSM Paylor has been retired since 2002 and continues to support the Signal Soldier as a defense contractor for Engineering Solutions and Products, Inc. (ESP).  In 2004 he deployed C4 packages to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, which proved to be hugely successful in providing communications to Soldiers on the ground.

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