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Army Communicator (AC) is the U.S. Army Signal Regiment's professional magazine. The magazine explores trends in the Regiment and provides a place for Signal Regiment members to share good ideas and lessons-learned with their colleagues.

AC, as the Signal Regiment's professional-development magazine, is supported by article contributions from Signal Regiment members; AC depends on noncommissioned officers, officers, warrant officers and Regimental civilian employees to contribute quality articles on topics of interest to the entire Regiment.

FEATURES:

  • Back issues on-line -- centralized links for back issues of Army Communicator editions that are on-line (current edition is linked from homepage)
  • "Most requested" articles -- articles most often requested from our back issues not on-line, plus some "editor's choices"
  • Consolidated subject list -- find and either link to or request every article Army Communicator has published
  • Subscriptions -- procedure for obtaining a subscription to the printed edition; also change-of-address information
  • Writer's Guide -- editorial policies and guidelines for potential contributors of manuscripts to us
  • Publication schedule -- 2012 publication schedule

For discussion on topics, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call (706) 791-7204 (DSN 780). Mail manuscripts to:

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Bldg 29808A (Signal Towers), Room 713
Fort Gordon, GA 30905


The Signal

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- Get in the Christmas Spirit listening to holiday music while walking or taking a hay ride through this spectacular fantasy forest of more than 5 million lights throughout 100 acres of woods. Open...
- November’s the time to get your holiday packages in the mail before the Dec. 18 rush. The rush is expected due to the AAFES special shopping dates of Dec. 14 through 16. Stop by the Fort Gordon...