Regimental Division,
Office Chief of Signal

United States Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, GA
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COL (Ret.) Robert S. Snead (2001)

COL (Ret.) Robert S. Snead completed a highly distinguished career as a Signal officer after serving more than 32 years. His major assignments were chief of the Presidential Support Office, Defense Communications Agency; command at all levels from platoon to brigade; president of the communications-electronics test board at Fort Gordon; and chief of staff for 7th Signal Command at Fort Ritchie, Md. During his active military service, COL Snead consistently set an example of high standards for all to emulate. Upon his retirement, his service to the Regiment continued in a manner deserving of the highest recognition.

Soon after he left active duty, he became the operations manager and then program manager for the General Dynamics Corporationís (formerly GTE) mobile subscriber equipment resident school at Fort Gordon, Ga. COL Snead is also deeply involved in community activities that focus on serving Signal soldiers and their families. For example, since his retirement he has served four consecutive terms as president of the Greater Augusta-Fort Gordon Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA). He served two years as the Georgia AUSA president and was selected as the Third Regionís AUSA executive vice-president.

He has also served for the past 12 years as a member of the Metro Augusta Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee and was selected by Georgiaís governor to serve on his military advisory council. COL Snead is also a charter member of the Signal Corps Regimental Association and is a key supporter of its activities.

COL Sneadís service and commitment to the Regiment and its soldiers have been exceptional, and therefore he was inducted as a Distinguished Member of the Regiment in 2001.

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