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Hall of Fame

Entrance to Squier Hall, The Signal School c1969

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Image # 0723

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Marking the Territory

Historical Marker, commemorating the first Military flight by the Army, is being placed on MacArthur Field, Fort Sam Houston, TX. Shown from left to right are Mr. Juan Chapa, and Mr. Pilar Perales, San Antonio, TX. 1955.

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Image # 0262

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Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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Getting Schooled

Eta Jima Signal School, 1953. Eta Jima is a city on the small island of the same name. It is near Hiroshima Bay.

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Image # 0408

For bibliography purposes, these images can be cited:

Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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A Gift from Brussels

Gifts to Signal School – An honor graduate of Pictorial, Motion Picture, and Television Production Officer course, Capt. Emiel L.E.J. Van Brussel, student from Belgium, presents a pricture of the city of Brussels on behalf of the Belgian Army Signal Schoolt to BG Richard C. Horne III, commandant. Other gifts presented by Capt. Van Brussel were WWII films depicting the Battle of the Bulge and D-Day. 28 May 1970

Image # 0848

Image # 0848

For bibliography purposes, these images can be cited:

Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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Rocket Launch

Art work – rockets, lighthouse. c1960

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Image # 0898

For bibliography purposes, these images can be cited:

Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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Relay Races

Illustration of Complete 23 Channel Radio Relay Using Radio Set AN/TRC-29; c1950.

Image # 0353

Image # 0353

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Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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Staring Genius in the Face

This c.1925 portrait of MG George Owen Squier is one of my favorites. He was really a brilliant guy, and earned a PhD in engineering from Johns Hopkins. For more in-depth information about Squier, check out the Squier Series!

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Image # 1346

For bibliography purposes, these images can be cited:

Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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SCR-105

This blog features two images depicting the SCR-105, a 1918 era radio long-wave receiver manufactured for the Army by Marconi.

Looking at equipment

Looking at equipment

Available information for this image indicates this equipment was used for receiving ranging from 2,500 to 25,000 meters.

SRC-105

SRC-105

Interested in research about the SCR series? Use our contact form on the top of the page and make an appointment to come do research in the archive.

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Is it anything like the Batphone?

“Floraphone” apparatus, Signal Corps Field laboratory. Staff of Signal Corps “Floraphone” laboratory, including MG George O. Squire, Chief Signal Officer. 17 April 1919

 

Image # 0587

Image # 0587

For bibliography purposes, these images can be cited:

Image #—, “US Army Photo collection, C-E Museum Acquisition” from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.

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Highlights from the Tech Manual Collection

The CECOM Historical Office has thousands of technical manuals in the archive. They came from CECOM as well as our predecessor commands.

Cover page of a tech manual

Cover page of a tech manual

We created a list of them, and posted it on our website. It gets updated periodically.

Table of contents page from one of the thousands of manuals in the collection

Table of contents page from one of the thousands of manuals in the collection

One thing we’d like our readers to remember is that these manuals are available to researchers for free! For individuals close to our location in Northeastern Maryland, we are even able to host visiting researchers and you could go through the collection.  We have hundreds of archival boxes with these manuals.

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