JOHN C. CITTADINO

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2014 Mr. Cittadino began his career at Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey in 1955. From July 1955 to July 1961, he worked at U. S. Army Research and Development Laboratory (USARDL) and was active in the development of Army communi­cations equipment...

OTTO RITTENBACH

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2012 Born in 1922 in Herrnskretschen, Czechoslovakia, Mr. Rittenbach received his B.S.E.E. degrees in electrical and communication engineering at the College of Technology in Bodenbach, Germany (summa cum laude) in 1941 at the age of 19,...

SEYMOUR HERSCH

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2012 Seymour Hersh dedicated his professional career to the Department of Defense (DoD), specifically the United States Army, with 33 years of civilian service at Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, followed by nearly 25 years of contiguous service...

CHARLES E. CHRISTIANSON

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2012 Charles Christianson served as a Department of the Army civilian engineer and project manager for 34 years retiring as the Assistant Program Executive Officer for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors. Upon his retirement, he...

CHARLES BLAIR

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2012 When Charles Blair retired from Government service in 1974, he held two positions in the Army’s Communications and Electronic Command Electronic Warfare Laboratory; that of Associate Technical Director of EWL, and Chief of the...

ROBERT F. GIORDANO

InfoAge Wall of Honor – 2010 Mr. Robert Giordano was the Director of the Electronic Warfare Laboratory (EWL) and the Director of the Electronic Warfare Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition (EW/RSTA) Center while at Camp Evans.  He ended his...