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Subject: finding information on Army soldier
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: astoria-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 02 Jul 2003 21:31 PDT
Expires: 01 Aug 2003 21:31 PDT
Question ID: 224589
I'm trying to find ( A Company 141 SIG Batalion )Army. My nefew is in
Baghdad and this is his batalion, and I'm just trying to find out as
much Information as I can on the net. Thank You,

Request for Question Clarification by justaskscott-ga on 02 Jul 2003 21:57 PDT
Would the web site for this batallion be sufficient, or do you need
something more than that?

Clarification of Question by astoria-ga on 03 Jul 2003 06:15 PDT
The web site to this batalion would be enough. Thank You.
Subject: Re: finding information on Army soldier
Answered By: byrd-ga on 03 Jul 2003 07:34 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hi Astoria,

I certainly understand your desire to find out all you can about your

Here's the website for A Company 141st Signal Battalion:

If you click on the link for "141 Signal Battalion" it'll take you to
the battalion main page here: , where there are further
links, including one with pictures from Iraq.

In addition, here is the link for the homepage of the 1st Armored
Division, which the 141st Sig Bn supports:
Clicking "Enter" will take you into the site, where there are more
pictures from Iraq and, among others, links to the Division magazine
and newsletter, and press releases of current news.

Also, they have recently put up a page where you may post a message to
individual troops.  The direct link to that page is:

You might also like to check out these links for more information:

Another unit page with bulletin board for posting messages:,11003,104556,00.html

U.S. Army Perscom site (Personnel Mgmnt):  *Note - this site is mainly for active,
former and retired personnel, and many links on the page require an
AKO account to access, but if you're looking for information, it's a
good resource to have.

Information about the 141st Sig Bn from Ft. Gordon, the US Army Signal

History and description of 141 Sig Bn insignia and coat of arms:

I hope these links will be helpful to you as you search for
information about your nephew and his unit.  Please do ask for
clarification if there is something you don't understand, or anything
else you need.

Best wishes and warmest regards to you, to your nephew, to the members
of his unit, and to all service members, both here and abroad,


Search terms used:
A Co 141st Sig Bn
141st Signal Battalion
141 Signal Battalion
1st Armored Division
1 AD
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Subject: Re: finding information on Army soldier
From: easterangel-ga on 02 Jul 2003 22:30 PDT
Hi! If you want to bring him home you may want to try contacting the Red Cross.

"Red Cross AFES Message Brings Soldier Home for Tornado Clean-Up"

"Emergency Communications Services"

Subject: Re: finding information on Army soldier
From: astoria-ga on 03 Jul 2003 06:14 PDT
The web site for this batalion would be enough. Thank You.

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