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And with that, in agreement and sympathy with Bill Cameron's plea, I will
Signal Corps At Gettysburg - A Communicator's Guide
By Bill Cameron
Bill Cameron is a retired U.S. Army Colonel and lives in Lufkin, Texas.
is a Vietnam and Gulf War veteran, and commanded signal soldiers at every level from company to brigade.
His last assignment was as commander of the U.S. Army Electronic Proving Ground, Fort Huachuca, Arizona.
He received his BS from Arkansas Tech University and his MA from Western Michigan University.
He is currently employed as the technology coordinator for his local school district.
has been interested in the Civil War and the Signal Corps
for many years.
He has written four articles for Gettysburg Magazine and is currently working on an article about the 118th Penn. at Gettysburg.
Bill is an active member of the Gettysburg Discussion Group.
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The Saviors of Litle Round Top
Bill Cameron is a Signal Officer in the U. S. Army and has been stationed at Fort Hauchuca, Arizona since his return from Operation Desert Storm.
He has commanded Signal Corps units at every level from company to brigade, and his overseas tours include Okinawa, Vietnam, and Saudi Arabia.
His Civil War interests include the role of the Signal Corps and generalship.
With 30 years of experience in digital graphic design, Bill
has worked in areas as diverse as logotype design and typography, retail packaging design, corporate identity, entertainment marketing, and web development.
During eight years as a senior designer at Anton Kimball Design, he worked on projects for such high-tech clients as Warner Bros., Nordstrom, Microsoft, and Nintendo.
As a web developer, he's
worked on sites for companies with international reach as well as for non-profits, small businesses, and individuals, including IDEX Health & Science
, Myelin Repair Foundation, and Pathfinders of Oregon.