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The U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CyberCoE) trains more military personnel than any other branch training center of the U.S. Army. The multifaceted mission of the Cyber Center of Excellence encompasses training, doctrine and force integration.

The CyberCoE conducts specialized instruction for all Signal Regiment military and Department of the Army civilian personnel and provides doctrine and training development support publications. Three U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command capability managers coordinate acquisition and fielding of major systems. Force integration is accomplished through the life cycle management of all major communications-electronics systems under study or in development for future use in the Army.

Technological advances drastically changed the Signal Corps since its founder, Albert J. Myer, introduced "Wig Wag" or visual signaling, shortly before the outbreak of the Civil War. Throughout the years, the Signal Corps Regiment has been on the cutting edge of advancements in communication technology. Adapting he telephone to military use, facilitating the standardization of the vacuum tube, developing radar and FM radio during World War II and incorporating satellite communications and computer technology are just some of the Signal Regiment's many accomplishments. Cyber Center of Excellence is dedicated to serving you.

The Signal

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