Family readiness groups aid returning Soldiers

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By Capt. Devon Thomas
35th Signal Brigade Public Affairs

After a long flight from the Middle East to Fort Gordon, Spc. Xayphone Rouppasong ,a Charlie Company, 67th Expeditionary Signal Battalion Soldier, did not know what to expect when he carried his bags from Gym 3 to his barracks room across the street after families and friends welcomed home 200 Soldiers of the battalion home Sept. 27.

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