Fort Monmouth Football

Camp Alfred Vail  (1917-1924)

Fort Monmouth Signaleers

Orange & White

Home Fields: Frawley Field; Greely Field; Signaleer Field

Also called Giants (late 1940s)
Camp Alfred Vail

1918
11/2   W 26-0         Camp Dix (H)
11/9   L  0-27        Brickley's Naval Transport, Hoboken, at The Polo Grounds, N.Y.
11/16   ?             Camp Merritt (H)  11/15? at Asbury Park?
11/23  L  0-33        Fort Slocum
11/28  T  0-0         Fort Hancock Sandy Hook Ordinance Dept., at Romson Country Club, Red Bank, N.J.
.      W  7-0         Fort Hancock

1919
11/8   W              Asbury Park Vets
Nov.   W              Norwoods of Long Branch
11/23  T  0-0         Unexcelled Fire Company, at Norwood Oval, Long Branch
11/29   ?             Unexcelled Fire Company, at Fletcher Lake Oval

1920
9/25    W 16-0        Chattle High School, at Casino Field, Long Branch
11/11   W 36-6     at Asbury Park American Legion

1921
10/22   W 13-0        Fort Hancock (H)
10/29    ?         at Fort Totten
11/5     ?            Fort Jay, at Mitchel Field
11/11    ?         at Asbury Park American Legion
11/12   W             Belmar Mystics, at Worthington Field
11/16    ?            Fort Slocum (H)
11/19    ?         at Mitchel Field
11/20   L  6-19    at Beauvais Post (Tottenville, Staten Island)
12/3     ?            Belmar, at Asbury Park

1922
Oct.    W  6-0        Mystics of Belmar
.       L  0-14       Chattle High School
.       L  0-13       Chattle High School
10/21    ?            Mystics of Belmar, at Worthington Field
11/5     ?         at Beauvais Post, Staten Island
.       W 67-0        Fort Hancock
11/9    L 14-25       Neptune High School, at Asbury Park
11/11                 Mystics of Belmar, at Asbury Park
.        ?            Mitchel Field Aviators
11/19   L  7-13    at Fort DuPont 5,000  
11/22   W 26-0     at Governors Island 10/26? 11/26
11/29    ?         at Fort Totten  10/29?

1923
.       W 19-0        Fort Hancock
.       W 60-0        Fort Hancock

1924
.      W
.      W
.      W
.      W
10/25  L  0-13     at Governors Island 16th Infantry
11/1   W 54-0      at Miller Field, New Dorp, Staten Island
11/8   canceled              Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar, at Asbury Park
11/11  W  7-0         Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar, at Asbury Park
11/22 postponed       Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar                      
.      W 33-0         Fort Hancock
       Monmouth County Championship
11/27  canceled       Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar, at Bradley Beach
12/13   ?             Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar

Fort Monmouth

1925
.      L  0-13        Fort Jay (Governors Island)  [called Camp Vail]
11/14  canceled       Sterner Lumber Company of Belmar, at Neptune Field

1926

1927
10/16  L  0-13     at Neptune A.A., at Bradley Beach, Neptune City
10/23  L  6-13     at Vons, at Buccleuch Park, New Brunswick  3,000
10/30  W 8-6          Atlantic Highlands (H)
11/13  W              Fort Jay  (prob. win)
   2nd Corps Area Harbor Posts League Championship
11/20 postponed    at Fort Totten, at Bayside	 
11/27  L  0-9         Fort Totten, at Fort Hamilton	

1928
10/21  L  7-12     at Red Bank Cavalrymen (Troop E), at Doelgers Field
10/28   ?          at Neptune A.A., Eichengreen Field
11/4    ?             Neptune A.A.
11/25   ?             Red Bank Cavalrymen (Troop E) (H)

1929
1st Signal Corp
10/20    ? at Red Bank
10/25  L  0-27        Long Branch A.C. (H)
11/11  L  0-14        Long Brnch A.C. (H)
11/17  rain out    at Cedarbrook A.C., at Cedar Brook Park
11/24  W 14-0      at Fort Hamilton
11/28  T  0-0         Brooklyn Naval Hospital (H) [NOTE: This may be a Fort Hamilton game]
12/8       ?          Cedarbrook A.C.

1930
15th Signal Service Company
Oct.   L  0-14        Fort Hancock
10/26  W 31-0         Wanamassa Indians (H)
11/2   L  6-12     at Fort Hancock  6-13? 0-14?
11/11  L  0-2         Fort Hancock, at Red Bank HS
11/23  W 12-7      at Fort Hamilton  att: 600

1931
9/27   L  0-28     at Fort Totten  0-20?
10/4   T 13-13     at Fort Slocum
10/11  W  6-0         Fort Hamilton (H)  ???
10/11  W 10-6      at Fort DuPont
10/18    7-33      at CedarBrooks, CedarBrook Park, Plainfield  6-32?
10/31  L  0-20        Neptune City F.C. (All-Collegiates), at Municipal Field, Bergen Place {benefit} [orig, sched. at Asbury Park]
11/1    ?             Republican Club  charity game
11/11  L  0-14        Fort Hancock, at Red Bank, N.J.  2,000
11/29   W 16-0     at Fords Recreation

1932  ["2 losses in 12 starts"]  Coach Reynolds
Signal Corp
9/25   L  6-13        Fort Totten (H)
10/2   W 13-0         Leonardo Field Club (H)
10/16  W 20-0         Rambler A.C. (New Brunswick)  (H)
10/23  W 19-6         Keyport Field Club (H)  1,500
11/6   W 12-0      at Fords A.C., at Fords Corner  1,200
11/8  no game?     at Wanamassa Indians [benefit game]
11/11  W 14-6         Fort Hancock, at Red Bank, NJ  3,000-5,000
11/20  W 32-6      at Fort Howard (Baltimore, Md.)  "8th win"
11/24  W 19-0         Freehold Bears (H)
12/4   T  6-6         Bradley Beach Collegiates (H)
12/10  L  6-21        Rutgers Reserves ("B"), at Red Bank Stadium  (benefit)  6-20?  att: 800 (intramural Rutgers team]

From the Asbury Park Press, Abury Park, New Jersey, November 10, 1932.  Reading: FOOTBALL/Armistice Day, 2 P.M., Nov. 11/FORT MONMOUTH/(Army Signal School)/FORT HANCOCK/(Coast Artillery From Sandy Hook)/at Red Bank H.S. Stadium/1--Troops, preceded by their bands, march into stadium at 1:45 p.m./2--American Legion ceremonies between halves./3--American Legion parade thru Red Bank immediately after game./GENERAL ADMISSION....50c.

1933 (~7-1-2) coach- Chaplain Maurice W. Reynolds 10/1 canceled Fords Recreation Club (Ford, NJ) (H) 10/1 T 0-0 Freehold Bears (H) att: 500 10/8 W 31-0 West End Wildcats (Keyport F.C.) of Long Branch (H) 10/15 W 13-0 at West Point Enlisted Men 10/22 W 12-6 Leonardo Field Club (H) 2,000 10/29 T 7-7 Fort DuPont (H) [not W 46-0 as written later in season] 11/5 W 27-0 West Point Enlisted Men (H) 11/11 W 27-0 Fort Hancock, at Asbury Park 3-4,000 11/19 L 0-30 at Army Medical School, Carlisle Barracks 30-0??? 11/26 W 12-6 Keyport Field Club (H) 11/30 W 18-6 Fort Jay (H) 1,500 ["now 9-1-0"] (at Oceanport, NJ) . no game Rutgers J.V. 1934 (5-4-0) 9/30 W 25-0 South Amboy Tigers (H) 10/7 W 35-0 Swift Ramblers of New Brunswick (H) 10/14 W 34-0 Point Pleasant A.C. (H) 10/21 W 45-0 at West Point Enlisted Men 10/28 L 0-6 West End Wildcats (H) 11/4 L 7-14 Carlisle Army Medical School (H) 11/11 W 33-6 Fort Hancock, at Freehold 11/18 L 19-20 at Fort DuPont, at Wilmington 11/25 L 6-12 Leonardo F.C. (H) 6-13? 1935 10/6 W 21-0 South Amboy Tigers (H) 10/13 L 3-6 Keyport Field Club (H) 10/20 W 7-0 Fort Totten 10/27 L 14-20 at Carlisle Medical School 11/3 W 19-6 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 11/10 L 0-6 Fort DuPont, at Asbury Park 11/17 rain out at Fort Monmouth 11/24 W 13-12 Leonardo F.C. (H) [Leo F.C. undefeated before; Ft. Monmouth "3 losses"] 12/1 W 27-6 West End Wildcats 1936 coaches- Jack Robertson, Paul Balas 10/4 W 18-0 New Brunswick Merchants (H) 10/11 W 32-0 Fort Hancock (H) 10/18 W 14-0 Freehold Rug Mill (H) 10/25 L 0-25 Fort Jay (H) at Oceanport, N.J. 3,000 10/27 L 0-34 Carlisle Barracks 11/8 W 19-0 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 11/15 L 0-14 Carlisle Army Barracks (loss #3) 11/22 W 6-0 Leonardo Field Club (H) 3,000 11/29 L 0-13 West End Wildcats (H) 1937 Monmouth County Semi-Pro Conference 10/17 L 0-20 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) [Ft. Monmouth 0-1-1 after game] 10/24 L 0-13 Leonardo Field Club (H) 10/31 L 0-19 at Freehold Gulistans 11/7 L 0-26 South Amboy Tigers (H) 11/11 L 6-18 Fort Hancock, at Red Bank Field 11/21 T 0-0 at West End Wildcats, at Speedway Field, Long Branch 12/12 not played? Round Robin Tournament (H) 1938 Monmouth County Conference (0-6-0 conf.) 10/9 L 0-12 Long Beach A.C. (H) 10/16 W 6-0 Leonardo F.C.(H) [?] 10/23 L 6-12 South Amboy Tigers (H) 10/30 L 2-15 Freehold Gulistans (H) 11/6 L 0-7 at Red Bank Quadrangles, Pirate Park (orig. at Long Beach Speedway) (benefit) 11/11 L 6-7 Fort Hancock (H) 11/27 postponed Leonardo F.C. {benefit} 12/4 ? at Leonardo F.C., HS Field {benefit} 1939 Monmouth-Ocean Lg. . L South Amboy Tigers 10/1 W 16-0 Newark Woodside Tigers (H) 10/8 L 12-13 Red Bank Quadrangles (H) 10/15 W 7-0 Freehold Gulistans (H) 3,000 10/22 L 0-13 Leonardo Field Club (H) 10/29 L 2-6 South Amboy Tigers (H) 2,500 11/5 ? Lakewood Firemen 11/12 W 13-6 Long Branch A.C. (H) 4,000 (benefit) 11/19 L 6-7 at Leonardo F.C., H.S. Field 1,500

                    Advertisement from The Daily Standard, Red Bank, New Jersey, November 10, 1939. FOOTBALL!/Armey Relief Game/FORT MONMOUTH/vs./LONG BRANCH A.C./(MONMOUTH COUNTY FOOTBALL CONFERENCE)/at FT. MONMOUTH FIELD/Sunday, November 12th/Kickoff at 2:00 P.M./The Enlisted Specialists' School will open for inspection between the halves.  Here you will see how we train men in telephone maintenance, radio operating and teletype operating.  There will be a display of all forms or army equipment./PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE/ADMISSION----35c/Bring Your Children Free!

1940 Monmouth County Semi-Pro League 10/6 W 7-0 Lakewood Firemen (H) 10/13 W 13-0 South Amboy Tigers (H) 10/20 W 7-0 Highlands A.A. (H) 10/27 W 6-0 Fort Hancock (H) 11/3 W 7-0 Leonardo Field Club (H) 6,000 11/10 W 6-0 Freehold Gulistans (H) 11/17 W 12-0 Toms River (H) 11/24 T 0-0 Long Branch A.C. (H) 1941 (9-1-0) [Monmouth County Semi-Pro Football Conference Champions][2nd Corp Area Champions] . W 33-0 Freehold Gulistans 10/5 W 14-7 Long Branch A.C. [before 10/10] . W 38-0 Bloomfield A.C. 10/18 L 0-26 at Rutgers 8,000 10/26 canceled Fort Totten [Ft. Totten sent on maneuvers] 10/26 W 25-0 Perth Amboy Greyhounds 11/2 W 36-0 Fort Hancock, at Asbury Park H.S. Stadium 4,500 [benefit] 11/9 W 27-0 at Carlisle Barracks 11/16 W 46-0 Fort Hamilton, at Union City 11/23 W 33-0 Leonardo Field Club 11/30 W 28-0 Fort DuPont 1942 (5-3-2) 9/15 L 0-19 at Manhattan College [SCRIMMAGE] 9/20 canceled Philadelphia Defense (H) 9/22 scrimmage at Fordham 9/26 L 0-39 at Columbia "1,000's" [charity game] 10/4 W 13-0 Scranton (H) 3,000 10/10 L 3-7 at Lafayette 10/18 T 14-14 Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Training Station (H) 5,000 10/24 W 13-2 at Army Plebes 1,000 11/1 W 32-0 Fort Upton (H) 11/8 canceled Indiantown Gap M.R. 11/8 W 46-0 Lancaster Presidents (pro) (H) 11/14 T 0-0 at Rutgers 2,500 U.S. Army Service Command championship (2nd Area): 11/29 W 6-0 Fort Totten (H) 1943-1945 No team 1946 coach- Master Sgt. Felix Moryl 10/2 L 0-27 at Army Plebes 10/12 L 0-39 Scranton College 10/19 ? Philadelphia Brown Bombers (Collegiates) (H) Team disbanded because too many players transferred out of base. 11/2 canceled Rutgers Freshmen (H) 11/8 canceled at Columbia Freshmen 11/10 canceled at Leonardo Field Club 11/16 canceled 1st Army Headquarters (Fort Jay) 11/17 canceled at Argonne Post 11/23 canceled at Connecticut State Teachers College 1947 coach- Major Fertig [First Army Football Conference] 9/20 W 60-0 at Long Branch High School [scrimmage] 9/28 T 0-0 Camp Kilmer (H) 10/3 W 20-0 at 1st Army HQ (Fort Jay) 10/12 no game Pine Camp (H) (night) 10/12 W 19-0 West Point Army Base (H) [orig. scheduled 10/26] 10/17 W 9-0 at Murphy General Hospital (Waltham, Mass.) (night) 10/26 W 40-0 Mitchel Field (H) 4,500 10/31 L 0-6 at Camp Kilmer Eagles 2,500 11/9 L 6-13 Fort Jay (H) [orig. sched. 10/31] 11/15 ? at Pine Camp 11/23 ? Murphy General Hospital (H) 11/28 ? at West Point Army Base (Post) 1948 coach- Bill van Lenten 9/ scrimmage Upsala College 9/26 L 0-26 Bergen Junior College, at Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City 10/2 L 7-27 at Montclair Teachers College 1,200 10/8 W 20-0 West Point Post (H) (night) 5,500 10/16 W 12-9 at Adelphi College, Freeport Municipal Stadium (night) 3,000 (10/15?) 10/22 ? at West Point Post 10/29 ? Fort Jay (H) (night) 11/5 L 0-20 Camp Kilmer (H) [for 1st Army Championship] 11/14 ? Fort Jay (H) 11/19 ? at Camp Kilmer 1949 (7-3-0) coach- Bill Vin Lenten [1st Army champs] pos. 8-3-0, win over "service team" 9/ L? Belmar Yellow Jackets (pro) [Ft. Monmouth scores 1 TD, must be loss] [THIS MIGHT BE 1942] 9/16 ? at Long Branch Indians (pro) 9/23 W 33-7 at Montclair Teachers (H) 3,000 (night) 10/7 W Camp Kilmer (H) (L? 10/14 W 25-13 West Point Military Attachment (H) (night) 10/22 L 0-46 at Adelphi College, Freeport Municipal Stadium 3,000 10/28 W 6-0 at Trenton Teachers [43rd straight without a win, NCAA record at time, 0-39-4 since 1938] 10/29? 11/5 W 53-0 at Fort Devens Hornets 11/11 canceled Signal Corp Photographers of Astoria (H) [many players transferred] 11/11 W 39-0 Leonardo F.C. (H) 11/18 L 7-20 Glassboro State (H) Post-Season game: 12/4 W 12-0 at Kindley A.F.B., Bermuda 6-Man Tackle 1st Army Flag Football Championships (double elimination) Fort Monmouth won tournament!! 1950 Cancel schedule 9/23 canceled at New Haven State Teachers 9/29 canceled Aberdeen Proving Grounds (H) (night) 10/6 canceled at Hofstra 10/13 canceled Princeton J.V. (H) (night) 10/21 canceled Temple Frosh 10/28 canceled at Trenton State Teachers 11/11 canceled Arnold College (H) 11/18 canceled at Glassboro State 1951 [8/31/1951: drop 9 game schedule 1951, sched. picked up by Camp Kilmer] No team 1952 6-Man Tackle 1st Army Flag Football Championships, at Camp Edwards (double elimination) 11/ W 48-0 Fort Jay (Governor's Island) 11/ W 39-0 Camp Edwards 11/ W 20-6 Camp Kilmer 11/21 W 19-7 Camp Devens 1953 (8-2-0) 9/25 L 6-20 Camp Le Jeune (N.C) (H) (night) 7,500 9/19? 10/2 W 33-0 at Cape May Coast Guard (night) 10/10 W 32-7 at Parris Island Marines 10/18 W 33-0 at Westover A.F.B. 5,500 10/23 W 52-0 Fort Meade Generals (H) 7,500 10/30 W 47-6 Edgewood Arsenal (Md.) (H) (night) (47-0?) 11/7 L 0-18 at Bollings A.F.B., Arnold Stadium, D.C. 1,500 11/11 W 35-20 Fort Devens Hornets (H) 11/ W 26-14 Little Creek Amphibians 11/28 W 20-9 Fort Lee (Va.) (H) 12/4 canceled Fort Dix (H) (night) [canceled by Ft. Dix] 1954 (5-6-0) 9/ scrimmage Bainbridge Naval Base 9/11 scrimmage at Upsala College 9/18 W 46-13 at Ashland Miners (at Pottsville, Pa.) (pro) 4,000 (exhibition) (benefit) 10/1 W 15-7 Little Creek Amphibs (Norfolk) (H) 7,000 10/8 W 13-7 Fort Eustis (H) (night) 5,500 10/15 L 13-20 Parris Island Marines (H) (night) 10/23 L 7-22 at Fort Belvoir Engineers, Pullen Field 6,500 10/29 L 0-28 at Fort Lee (Va.) at Nowak Field 5,500 11/5 W 26-0 at Parris Island, Donohue Field 11/12 L 18-38 Bolling A.F.B. (H) (night) 5,500 11/20 W 7-2 at Camp Le Jeune 11/25 L 7-40 at Quantico Marines, Butler Stadium, Washington, D.C. 12/4 L 14-32 Fort Belvoir (H) 1955 (5-5-0) coach- Dick Prior (Ark. '53) new field: Signaleers Field 9/23 L 7-14 at West Chester Teachers College (night) 10/1 W 21-12 Camp Devens (H) 10/7 L 7-13 at Fort Eustis, Wheel Field 4,500 (night) 10/15 W 7-6 West Point "B" team (H) 10/22 L 7-46 at Bolling A.F.B., Arnold Field 9,000 [T.V.] 10/29 W 26-20 at Fort Dix 5,000 10/30 ? 11/5 L 10-25 at Fort Belvoir, Pullen Field 11/11 W 21-7 Fort Lee (Va.) (H) 3,000 11/19 W 38-0 Norfolk 3rd A.A.A. Canoneers (H) 11/24 L 3-10 Quantico Marines (H) 6-Man Tackle 1st Army Flag Football Championships (double elimination) Final: 11/ W 25-6 Fort Dix Fort Monmouth won tournament!! 1956 (0-8-0) coach- Nick Chickillo 9/15 scrimmage? Bordentown Reformatory 9/22 L 0-6 Norfolk Army Cannoneers, at Virginia Beach HS (night) [orig. sched. at Fort Monroe] 9/29 L 0-40 Fort Belvoir (H) 3,500 10/5 L 0-20 at Army J.V. (West Point "B"), Clinton Field 10/13 L 0-49 at Camp LeJeune, Liverledge Field 7,500 10/20 L 0-34 Fort Dix (H) 10/27 L 7-19 Mitchel Air Force Base Commanders (H) 11/10 canceled Fort Eustis (H) 11/10 L 7-13 at Fort Lee 11/28 L 0-34 at Quantico Marines, Butler Stadium, D.C. 6-Man Tackle 1st Army Flag Football Championships, at Fort Monmouth (double elimination) 11/13 T 0-0 Fort Niagara [Niagara wins on total yards] 11/13 L 0-20 Fort Devens 11/14 L 0-6 Fort Tilden [Note: Ft. Monmouth L 6-13 Fort Totten was actually Fort Wadsworth's loss] 1957 Signaleers 9/14 W 19-0 Bordentown Reformatory (exhibition) 9/21 L 13-14 at Anacostia Naval, at Washington, D.C. 10/5 L 6-12 at Quonset Point Naval, Rhode Island 10/12 L 7-30 Fort Lee (H) 10/19 W 14-0 at Fort Meade 10/26 L 7-24 Bainbridge (H) 11/1 L 6-19 at Mitchel Field CONAC A.F.B. Volunteers (night) [Monmouth 1-5 after] 11/9 W 14-6 Newport Navy (H) att: 100 11/16 ? West Point "B" (H) [pos. W if 3-6 doesn't count exh. & 2nd Ft. Meade didn't happen] . W 5-0 Fort Meade Not sure of this game 11/28 L 0-46 at Fort Dix [Fort Monmouth 3-6 after game] 6-Man Tackle 1st Army Flag Football Championships (double elimination) 11/ W 24-14 West Point 11/ W 22-0 Fort Devens 11/ W 33-0 63rd A.A.A. Group Semi-Final: 11/ W 6-0 Fort Dix Final: 11/15 W 7-6 Fort Dix 1958 1st Army Flag Football Championships, at Fort Devens (double elimination) 11/17 W 20-6 Fort Wadsworth 11/18 W 16-14 West Point 11/19 T 6-6 Fort Dix [Ft. Dix wins on yardage 28-0 on overtime plays] 11/19 W 12-0 63rd A.A.A. Group 11/ L 0-24 Fort Devens 1959 1st Army Flag Football Championships, at West Point (double elimination) 11/18 W 38-0 Fort Hancock 11/19 W 28-26 West Point 11/19 W 58-0 Brooklyn Army Base (Bay Ridge) 11/20 L 24-28 Fort Devens 11/20 L 22-32 West Point 1960 1st Army Flag Football Championships, at West Point (double elimination) 11/15 W 44-0 Army Pictoral Center (Astoria) 11/15 W 38-14 Fort Hancock 11/ L 34-52 Fort Dix 11/ L Fort Hancock Note: 6 man intramural football played from at least 1949 through 1970s. 1974 [Pfc. Marlene (Mickey) LaMothe one of the players]

Notes:
       •Near site of Battle of Monmouth Courthouse, Revolutionary War: The last battle of that War of Independence fought in the north June 28, 1778, although inconclusive, it proved that the Continental Army could fight the British on equal terms. This is the battle where Molly Pitcher took over for her downed husband in aiding the troops.
       •Site of first Monmouth Racetrack 1871; rebuilt 1893. New Jersey banned horseracing in 1896, the “Jersey Derby” moved from Monmouth Racetrack to Churchill Downs and was renamed the “Kentucky Derby.”
       •Civil War camp for mustering departing troops.
       •The U.S. Army Signal Corps began March 3, 1863.
       •Opened as Camp Little Silver June 17, 1917.
       •Renamed Camp Alfred Vail September 17,1917.
       •Alfred Vail (1807-1859) from Morristown was the inventor of Morse Code.
       •Bred and trained carrier pigeons and passenger pigeons for and after First World War. Relocated 1943 to Camp Chowder, Maryland, the birds returned in 1946. Served in Korean War as well, the pigeon program lasted to 1957.
       •Renamed Fort Monmouth 1925.
       •Fort Monmouth Signal School opened 1919.
       •First radio controlled weather balloon launched from Ft. Monmouth.
       •In 1946, radar was bounced off the moon from the Diana Tower at Fort Monmouth.
       •Satellites from the earliest Vanguards (1958) developed here; night vision glasses (1968); Defribrillator Pacemaker (1972); laser rangefinder & lithium batteries (1974) among many other inventions out of the Fort.
       •U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School (USACHCS) moved to Ft. Monmouth from Fort Wadsworth 1979; transferred to Fort Jackson, S.C., 1995.
       •Currently home to U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) from 1973), Army Materiel Command (AMC from 1962) and U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School (USMAPS), AKA West Point Prep, established 1946.

For much more sports lists and history, go to the Amazing Sports Lists!
This list is compiled and designed by Paul S. Luchter
©Updated 11/24/2008

©All rights reserved.