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Queens Platinum Jubilee: Royal Signals

Since 1952, the Royal Corps of Signals has continually mastered the technologies and skills needed to deliver and protect the changing global information flows required by the Army in war and peace.

For the first 40 years, when voice, carried by radio and telephone, and telegraph were the main means of passing information, the Corps pioneered mobile trunk networks, direct dial digital telephony and battlefield satellite communications. 

Then, following the arrival of computers on the battlefield, with the demand for data growing exponentially, the Corps led advances in computer networking, and active and passive cyber warfare.