Army Security Agency

Gone But Not Forgotten!

- INSCOM and M.I. veterans are also welcome! -

( Many of the links found here go to web pages that belong to different individuals; please note the actual web address and owner)

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Dedicated to the Veterans of the Army Security Agency, 1945-1976

New! Army Security Agency Embroidered Patch

"Gone But Not Forgotten"

3 3/4" x 5"

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Special thanks to Mac McDaniel for his invaluable help on this project

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Rich Jaslovsky's 83rd RRSOU site will not be maintained in the future.

To honor Rich and his work I have created a copy of the front page on his site.

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Web Site Design: Bob Baldwin

Army Security Agency Veterans

“I would like to hear from someone who trained at Ft. Devens in 1962-63, and was either in the daytime 286.2 class that started in November, 1962, or was in any class during the Spring of 1963 and remembers having to switch the Security badges from metal bead chains to plastic cord, or remembers any shock hazard relating to the 2000 volt power supply in the RDF set Goniometer.”

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RAO Publications for ALL VETERANS December 15th issue is Posted on:

RAO Publications are derived from over 100 sources.
Click on a link above to read and/or download the publications.

Courtesy of Mac McDaniel

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