The U.S. Army Signal Corps Museum at Fort Gordon is a permanent historical and educational institution, providing training and education to soldiers, military dependents and the general public on all aspects of the history of the Signal Corps, the development of Fort Gordon and vicinity, and the U.S. Army. The accuracy of the training and educational program is dependent upon the proper collection, recording, conservation and research of artifacts, pictures and other historical documentary materials.
The museum is responsible for recommendations concerning the preservation, protection, development and enhancement of historical buildings, monuments, works and sites throughout the Fort Gordon Military Reservation. The museum serves as a medium of stimulating esprit de corps and of advancing knowledge of the Signal Corps, Fort Gordon and the United States Army.
The mission of the U.S. Army Signal Corps Museum is to function as a permanent historical and educational institution at Fort Gordon, providing training and education for soldiers and the general public on all aspects of the history of the Signal Corps, Fort Gordon, and the various units that have been stationed at the post. The museum will collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret historically significant property related to these subjects.
Visiting the Museum
Closed on Federal Holidays
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
General Information: (706) 791-2818/3856
Fax: (706) 791-6069
U.S. ARMY SIGNAL CORPS MUSEUM
FORT GORDON, GA 30905