O'Connell, who had become the 19th Chief Signal Officer in 1955, attained the rank of lieutenant general, 52 years after MG Greely's achievement.
What does CSigO stand for?
CSigO stands for Chief Signal Officer (US Army)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
On March 10, 1939, the Chief Signal Officer was instructed to prepare a comprehensive plan for the organization and operation of an Air Warning Service for the continental United States and select overseas locations.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Gilbert's association with the signal corps developed later, when he learned about a connection between his family and that of GEN Adolphus Greely who had served as chief signal officer.
The Chief Signal Officer personally instructed Foulois to take plenty of spare parts and to teach himself how to fly.
Myer was appointed as the first Chief Signal Officer of our Army.
The act provided for a Chief Signal Officer with the rank of colonel and other officers and enlisted personnel.
Davis, Chief Signal Officer of the Army of the Potomac, on 20 April 1865: On the 6th of April 1865, near Jetersville, Virginia, in company with Captain Benyaurd, U.
In response to Week's request, Chief Signal Officer MG Charles McKinley Saltzman, published a call for submissions in the monthly Signal Corps Bulletin No.