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From the Air

An aerial view of Squier Hall, 1969

Image # 0404

Image # 0404

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Women at Work

Photograph of Marie LeBlanc Drumm, Signal Corps, 1918. Are any of our readers related to this woman? Does anyone know anything else about her? We’d love to hear from you, either in the comments or via the contact link above.

Image # 1018

Image # 1018

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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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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

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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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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

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Rocket Launch

Art work – rockets, lighthouse. c1960

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Image # 0898

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Relay Races

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

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Image # 0353

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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

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