Miniature Regimental Flag of the 93rd Signal Regimental Flag
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The unit was constituted on 11 May 1942 in the Army of the United States as the 34th Signal Construction Battalion and activated on 18 March 1943 at Camp Crowder, Missouri. The battalion prepared at both the Tennessee Maneuver Area and Fort Ord, California prior to deploying from New York aboard the Dutchess of Bedford and would arrive in England on 23 February 1944. After staging in England, the battalion would arrive in France on 13 July 1944 to support the breakout of the Third Army and would move into Luxembourg during the Battle of the Bulge. The battalion would then support the advance of the Third Army into Germany doing so on 26 March 1945. After the surrender, the battalion embarked from Marseilles on 6 June 1945 en route to the Pacific and would land in the Philippines on 23 August 1945. After spending two months in the Philippines, the battalion would move to Japan assigned to Army Service Command "C" at Kobe Base. The battalion would be inactivated on 25 January 1946 in Japan. The battalion had participated in six campaigns during World War II to include: Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes- Alsace, Central Europe, and the Pacific Theater. The battalion was awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation for its service in Europe.
The battalion was redesignated on 3 December 1954 as the 34th Signal Battalion and allotted to the Regular Army. It was again activated at its current home at Ludwigsburg, Germany on 28 January 1955 and assigned to support VII Corps.
The 34th Sig Bn, located at Krabbenloch Kaserne, had already been a VII Corps units prior to the formation of the 93rd. On March 16, 1980, the 34th (with four companies) was officially recognized as a part of the 93rd Sig Bde. The unit's mission was to provide Multichannel Radio and Radio Teletype communications to the Corps Message Centers.