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Signal corps

A signal corps is a military branch, responsible for military communications (signals). Many countries maintain a signal corps, which is typically subordinate to a country's army.

Military communication usually consists of radio, telephone, and digital communications.

Contents

  • Asia 1
  • Australia 2
  • Europe 3
  • North America 4
  • See also 5

Asia

Australia

Europe

North America

  • Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, formed in 1903 as the Canadian Signalling Corps
  • Signal Corps (United States Army), founded in 1860 by Major Albert J. Myer
  • Signal Corps Officer Candidate School History (United States Army), WWII Signal OCS - The FIRST class began on 1 June 1941 and included 339 Officers and 19 Warrant Officers.

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