Connecting the Signal Regiment Worldwide
We provide information access for the U.S. Army Signal Regiment's information-technology professionals.
A summary of what we do and what you'll find in our website:
THE REGIMENT -- Regimental Division's Regimental Special Projects Officer manages the Chief of Signal's awards and recognition programs, which includes the Honorary and Distinguished Member of the Regiment programs. We also serve the Signal Regiment's and Chief of Signal's interest regarding the Regimental Hall and serve as the Chief of Signal's liaison to the Signal Corps Regimental Association.
Available on our website are Distinctive Unit Insignia and color shoulder patches for Active Component, Army Reserve and Army National Guard Signal units. As far as we know, it's the most complete collection of its kind. Look in the images archive and follow links to "unit insignia/logos."
We also have pages dedicated to the Active Component Signal units if you're looking for information on a particular unit. In fact, you might want to mark our Signal Regiment page as a favorite, because you'll find all sorts of Regimental information in our website.
MARKETING INITIATIVES -- Regimental Division is responsible for promoting the Signal Regiment. We do this via many ways and means. A major initiative for us is our marketing activities with the U.S. Military Academy, Reserve Officer Training Corps and Officer Candidate School institutions. Another of our initiatives is "Go Signal," an on-line brochure for people considering a career as an officer or enlisted member of the Regiment. We also present here the Signal Regiment Marketing Brochure and a site for children (KidsCommo) on communications/automation.
SIGNAL REGIMENT'S PROFESSIONAL MAGAZINE -- We publish the quarterly professional journal of the U.S. Army Signal Regiment, Army Communicator.
HISTORY -- Our division includes the Signal Museum and the command historian. Our history archives on-line include the Regiment and Corps history, plus the "I Am Signal" creed and unit lineages and honors. We welcome suggestions about what you'd like to see added into our Regimental history.
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