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The Evans Signal Laboratory Photos

Published in The Signaleer – 16 October 1945  on the Front Page

With the war won it was time to resume ones life.

A farewell luncheon was held for Bernard H. Strouse, Engineer in Charge of the Interrogation and Beacons Section, Production Engineering Branch, by fellow employees, on 10 October 1945, preliminary to his departure on 12 October 1945 to resume consulting engineering work in Atlantic City.

Strouse was responsible for all production engineering matters associated with IFF (Identification Friend or Foe) and Radar Beacon Equipments at ESL, and was largely instrumental in expediting these equipments to the Using Arms.

A graduate of the University of Penn., Class of 1930, where he majored in mechanical engineering Strouse is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, and an associate of Sigma Xi.

Prior to his coming to the Signal Corps Radar Lab., in May 1942, he was actively engaged as a consultant engineer in the firm of SB and BH Strouse, Atlantic City.

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