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MX-155/GT

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Special, like a snowflake

Ice crystals from the Signal Corps Engineering Labs, c1950s

Image # 0888

Image # 0888

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Rough Terrain

Photo from Korea

Image # 0887

Image # 0887

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Young General Squire

George Owen Squire (Stevenson, Leavenworth)

Image # 0671

Image # 0671

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Anniversary of the First Solo Military Flight

Celebrating the 50th anniversay of the first solo flight by a military man in an Army Airplane, a commemorative ceremony was held at Fort Belvoir this morning (26 October), at which MG Gerald E. Gallowy, Post Commanding General, presented a symbolic bronze plaque to BG John H. Dudley, Assistant Commandant of the U.S. Army Engineer School, for inclusion in the School’s archives. US Army Engineer Engineer Officer, BG Frederic E. Humphreys, (then a second lieutenant and now deceased), made the historic flight at 8 am, 26 October 1909. Here, his widow, left, who was present at the ceremony, shows her husabnd’s original Engineer Castle, pinned on her lapel, to General Galloway, center, and General Dudley, right, who is holding the plaque.

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Image # 0925

Mrs. Humphreys shows deceased husband’s original Engineer Castle pin during 50th anniversary of military flight celebration.

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Image # 0927

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Branching Out

Training Aids Branch, 911 First Ave, Asbury Park, NJ

Image # 0438

Image # 0438

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Old Time Telegraphy

11th Reunion flyer, Society of the US Military Telegraph Corps and Old Time Telegraphers’ Association. 19-20 Aug 1891

Image # 0868

Image # 0868

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Celebrating Military Aviation

The 512 Armored Infantry Battalion, 4th Armored Division, Fort Hood, Texas, passes in review during a “Birth of Military Aviation” celebration held at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 2 March 1955. This ceremony commemorated the first flight by a US Army officer (MG Benjamin D. Foulois, USAD (Ret)), then 1st Lt, SigC) in a military plane, which tool place at Fort Sam Houston 2 March 1910

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Image # 1011

BG William M. Breckinridge, Assistant to the Commanding General, Fourth Army, presents MG Benjamin D. Foulois, USAG (Retired) with the resolution passed by the State Legislature of Texas naming General Foulois “Air Marshal of Texas.” General Foulois made the first military flight in history at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, on March 2, 1910.

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Image # 1007

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This Week in CECOM History – One horsepower radio

October 1932. A one-horse power radio set. A mobile transmitter and receiver for mounting on horseback was developed at the Signal Corps Radio Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, NJ. The hand generator shown at the left furnished the power for the set which is SCR 203.

CE Museum Photo 742

CE Museum Photo 742

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Quite the Dapper Chap

Captain George S. Gibbs. 2 Feb 1901

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Image # 1005

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