518th TIN Company conducts training exercise

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By Capt. Devon O. Thomas
35th Signal Brigade Public Affairs

The 518th Tactical Installation and Networking Company, 63rd Expeditionary Signal Battalion, 35th Signal Brigade, held a training exercise to maintain its expeditionary culture Feb. 18 - 28 on Fort Gordon.

“The training exercise for 518th validates company ready complete the mission they are assigned to perform,” said Lt. Col. Michael P. Martel, 63rd ESB commander.

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