Signal Corps (United States Army)The United States Army Signal Corps (USASC) is a division of the Department of the Army that creates and manages communications and information systems for the command and control of combined arms forces. It was established in 1860, the brainchild of Major Albert J. Myer, and had an important role in the American Civil War. Over its history, it had the initial responsibility for portfolios and new technologies that were eventually transferred to other U.S. government entities. Such responsibilities included military intelligence, weather forecasting, and aviation. Provided by Wikipedia
Published 1942Subjects: '; “...United States. Army. Signal Corps Drill and tactics....”
Signal Corps Historical Project, E5-E5C the 17th Signal Service Company : a component of the War Department Signal Center from World War I, through World War II.
Published 1979Subjects: '; “...United States. Army. Signal Corps...”
Bibliography of meteorology. A classed catalogue of the printed literature of meteorology from the origin of printing to the close of 1881; with a supplement to the close of 1887,...
Published 1889“...United States. Army. Signal Corps....”
Progress map of Signal Corps telegraph lines and cables in the military division of the Philippines.
Published 1904“...United States. Army. Signal Corps....”
Regulations for United States military telegraph lines, Alaskan cables, and telegraph stations : U.S. Signal Corps : corrected to August 15, 1917, changes nos. 9 and 16 /
Published 1917“...United States. Army. Signal Corps....”
Regulations for United States military telegraph lines, Alaskan cables, and wireless telegraph stations, U.S. Signal Corps.
Published 1912“...United States. Army. Signal Corps. Manual ;...”
U.S. Signal Corps, telegraph and cable system in Alaska and U.S. cables and Canadian line connecting with the United States
by Greely, A. W.“...United States Army. Signal Corps,...”