To date, four classes, totaling 20 individuals, have been inducted into the CECOM Hall of Fame, which recognizes and memorializes outstanding former members of the CECOM community.That will change for the Class of 2020.For the Class of 2020, the nomination period is now open through January 2, 2020, and has been expanded to become the C5ISR Hall of Fame. Membership in the C5ISR Hall of Fame is open to any former Soldier or Department of Army (DA) Civilian from CECOM; the U.S. Army Contracting Command -- Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG); the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's (CCDC) C5ISR Center; the Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and Sensors (PEO IEW&S); the Program Executive Office, Command, Control, Communications -- Tactical (PEO C3T); and the Network Cross-Functional Team (Network CFT). The program's intent is to preserve the history of the C5ISR Community; and give all members a sense of heritage, honor, pride and belonging.Anyone may submit a nomination to the CECOM History Office, and there is no limit to the number of nominations that may be submitted. Nominees must be retired or separated from Federal Service for at least four years prior to the opening of the nomination period, including deceased nominees. Nominees are evaluated by a selection board on their significant and enduring contributions to the C5ISR community's historic and ongoing missions.To submit a nominee for consideration, a nomination form must be completed, which includes a two-page justification, and returned to the CECOM History Office by the closing of the nomination period. The CECOM History Office is available to provide support for the development of nomination packages on a first-come basis.Nomination forms and more information can be requested from the CECOM History Office, 443-861-6669, usarmy.APG.cecom.mbx.cecom-lcmc-historian-cecom-lcmc-dcsops@mail.mil