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The SCRA now offers a Gold Order of Mercury to honor any Signal Soldier who has given the ultimate sacrifice in the war on terror "within the Iraqi or Afghanistan combat theater of operations".

The Silver Order of Mercury is SCRA's highest award, given to people who stand above their peers and have made conspicuous long-term significant contributions to the U.S. Army Signal Corps and the Signal Regimental Association

The Bronze Order of Mercury recognizes those people who have demonstrated the highest standards of integrity, moral character, professional competence and selflessness, and who have contributed significantly to the promotion of the Signal Corps and the Signal Regimental Association.

The intent of this award is to recognize those non-government, government civilians, or uniformed members of the armed forces, other than those of the Signal Regiment, who have made significant contributions over a period of time to the Regiment or the Association.

The Bronze Wahatchee is for individuals who have voluntarily contributed in a significant way to the improvement of the Signal Corps community

The Silver Wahatchee is for individuals who have voluntarily contributed in a significant long-term service to the improvement of the Signal Corps community.

Note: More Information on Awards: Criteria, Ordering, etc click on the Awards Tab. Click on any link or award to close the panel.

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The Signal Corps Regimental Association, or SCRA, is a private, nonprofit organization that provides an opportunity for all active, reserve, and national guard, officers, warrant officers, enlisted members and civilians, as well as any former members of the Signal Corps to aid in preserving for posterity the proud heritage of the U.S. Army Signal Corps Regiment, and Signal units throughout the world. Through direct financial support, the association will work to enhance the Regiment’s ability to recruit officers and warrant officers, recognize our Regiment’s NCO leaders during their NCOES, and contribute to events that encourage the community of our Regiment. The Association will also work to ensure the lessons of history and proud traditions of the Signal Regiment are not forgotten. (read more)

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150th Year Painting

"Signaling the Assault on Ft. McAlister"

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As a gift to the Signal Corps on the occasion of its 150th anniversary, the Association has commissioned a painting by Don Troiani. It will be presented to the Chief of Signal in June of this year.  Reserve your copy of the print now.

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If you do not have a chapter geographically near your location, consider starting a chapter or you may choose to affiliate with the National Chapter. (Read More)

Cake Cutting Ceremony

Aberdeen Proving Ground celebrates 152nd anniversary of the Signal Corps

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. (June 14, 2012) -- More than two hundred Soldiers, family members, civilian employees, retirees and industry representatives turned out for the celebration of the Signal Corps' 152nd birthday celebration here yesterday.

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Gold Order of Mercury

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The SCRA now offers a Gold Order of Mercury to honor any Signal Soldier who died while deployed to or as a direct result of injuries or illness sustained in a GWOT Theater.  In addition to those soldiers who are deployed to a GWOT Theater of Operations, the Gold order of Mercury is also available for those soldiers who are killed in the line of duty...

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