Winter 2010 Vol. 35 No. 4


 
 
 

Winter 2010 Vol. 35 No. 4


Korean Conflict 60th Anniversary



By LTC Mark Rosenstein

From the beginning of the Korean War on 25 June 1950, the U. S. Army Signal Corps was responsible for providing tactical and strategic communications to commanders throughout the Korean theater of operations.

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CSM Angel Ramos Leading by Example



by SPC Terysa M. Shaffer

Before he finished high school CSM Angel J. Ramos knew he wanted a career serving his country. “My two older brothers served in the Marine Corps, and I wanted to serve,” said the 35th Signal Brigade command sergeant major.

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First warrant officer cyber defense experts complete training program



By CW5 Todd M. Boudreau

The Army has taken a bold step toward protecting an expansive and continually threatened frontier by graduating its first class of cyber defense experts. The gap between science fiction and current cyber space operations has become much smaller. For example, the Star Trek communicator is realized in today's mobile smart phones; flip-top and all. The Star Trek universal translator has also been realized in the U.S. Army's TRANSTAC (Spoken Language Communication and Translation System for Tactical Use); though it only focuses on common Iraqi Arabic – English translation.

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