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Florida State Road 44 is a cross-peninsular route with two main sections totaling 103 miles east from in Crystal River to the Atlantic Ocean in New Smyrna Beach. The western portion links Citrus County with Wildwood and Leesburg in Sumter County. The eastern segment joins the Eustis and Mt. Dora area with DeLand and New Smyrna Beach.What are the colors of the Signal Service?
Two signal flags crossed, dexter flag (the flag on the right), red with white center; the sinister flag (on the left), white with red center, staffs of gold, with a flaming torch of gold color upright at center of crossed flags. Branch colors: Orange trimmings and facings were approved for the Signal Service in 1872.Where is the interchange between I-75 and SR 44?
A commercialized diamond interchange joins SR 44 with I-75, 15 miles east of Inverness and just north of Florida's Turnpike. SR 44 parallels Florida's Turnpike east through Wildwood to Lake Okahumpka and southern areas of The Villages.When did the 236th Signal Company arrive in CBI?
Source: Mr. Zadoc A. Pool, TSgt, 236th Signal Co.: The 236th Signal Company arrived CBI c. August 1943. It was redesignated as the 236th Signal Service Battalion late 1944; Hq at Dikom (near Chabua).