From Pigeons to Tweets: A General Who Led Dramatic Changes in Military Communications
Clarence E. McKnight, Jr.
The author led the U.S. Army into the modern age of computer warfare developing portals through which new channels of digitalization flowed to a welcoming civilian usage. A graduate of West Point, he rose to the rank of Commanding General of the U.S. Army’s Signal Corps developing technology used by all the military services.
The author was made a distinguished graduate, of West Point, an uncommon honor, and is being inducted into the U.S. Army War College Museum distinguished alumnus.
Co-author Hank H. Cox is a veteran reporter, freelance writer and media relations manager. His articles and stories have appeared in a variety of publications. He is the author of Lincoln and the Sioux Uprising of 1862 published by Cumberland House.
The Commercial Appeal from Memphis talks about the memoir.