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A History of Army Communications and Electronics at Fort Monmouth, New…

by Wendy Rejan

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 016081359X, Hardcover)

A History of Army Communications and Electronics at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, 1917-2007 chronicles ninety years of communications-electronics achievements carried out by the scientists, engineers, logisticians and support staff at Fort Monmouth, NJ. From homing pigeons to frequency hopping tactical radios, the personnel at Fort Monmouth have been at the forefront of providing the U.S. Army with the most reliable systems for communicating battlefield information. Special sections of the book are devoted to ground breaking achievements in "Famous Firsts", as well as "Celebrity Notes", a rundown on the notable and notorious figures in Fort Monmouth history. The book also includes information on commanding officers, tenants and post landmarks.


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