Congratulations to our staff for completing the @USArmy Signal Corps Historical Films digitization project! Over 400 reels of #film have been digitized and will be available in our online Catalog and YouTube channel. #WW1 #archives
#OTD in 1946, John H. DeWitt, Jr., the head of Project Diana, successfully bounced a radio signal off of the moon. The project, an experiment of the US Signal Corps'>Army Signal Corps, was named Diana after the goddess of the moon. To learn more see:
Beginning in 1871, the weather service (then under the Signal Service Corps) began publishing daily weather maps, which are all available in an online NOAA archive. This one depicts the culprit, a deep low pressure system, on Jan 10 (bottom right). #CAwx
In 1882, the US Signal Corps'>Army Signal Corps tasked Sergeant John P. Finley with investigating tornadoes and developing forecasting methods. Finley developed 15 rules for early tornado forecasting. Read more here: #NWS150
#OTDIH : U.S. Army troops of the 28th Infantry Division march down the Champs Elysees in the "Victory" Parade, Aug. 29, 1944, following the Aug. 25 liberation of Paris. U.S. Signal Corps'>Army Signal Corps photo #ArmyHistory
Rest in peace, Soldier. Comic book creator has passed away at the age of 95. Lee served in the Signal Corps#USArmyuring WWII from 1942-1945. We are deeply grateful for his service to our country and for his tremendous support to servicemembers. ! #Excelsior
Stan Lee was a comic book hero creator, but he was also a real-life hero. He enlisted in the Army in 1942, shortly after hearing of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and served in the Signal Corps during World War II until 1945.
An unusual show of solidarity between rival journalists seemed to signal a new approach by the White House press corps toward an administration that regularly uses briefings to deride, and divide, the news media
Happy birthday to the #US ArmySignal Corps. Signal Corps Soldiers develop the technical skills necessary to automate, transmit and receive voice and data information to keep the Army informed and ready to respond.