Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

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LTG (Ret.) Thurman D. Rodgers (1991)

When the Signal Regiment became a regiment in 1986, LTG (Ret.) Thurman Rodgers was the Signal Center’s commander and thus oversaw the Regiment’s birth. He briefly was Chief Signal Officer before relinquishing command to then-MG Bruce R. Harris.

LTG Rodgers’ major assignments over his 32-year career included personnel management officer in Signal Branch, Army’s Officer Personnel Directorate; staff member, Communications System Directorate, J-6, Joint Chiefs of Staff; and commander, 51st Signal Battalion in Korea. He also served as chief of the Plans Branch, Plans and Operations Division, in the Army’s chief legislative liaison’s office. Other key assignments were deputy commander of 7th Signal Brigade in Germany, then commander; deputy director for systems development, integration and engineering, office of the deputy chief of staff for operations and plans; commander, Communications Systems Agency, Fort Monmouth, N.J.; commander, Communications-Electronics Engineering Installation Agency, Fort Huachuca, Ariz.; assistant chief of staff for information management; director, information systems for command, control, communications and computers; commander, U.S. Army Information Systems Command; and director, Defense Communications Agency.

LTG Rodgers’ awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star medal and Meritorious Service Medal with two oak-leaf clusters. The Signal Regiment inducted him as a Distinguished Member in 1991.

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LTG T.D. Rodgers
Rodgers, June 1986.

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