Army Reserve Signal Soldiers return from successful deployment
U.S. Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Ryan M. Klagenberg (left), operations noncommissioned officer, signal university, 335th Signal Command (Theater) and Army Reserve Staff Sgt. Thomas L. Rose, training noncommissioned officer, 335th SC (T) along with fellow Army Reserve Soldiers from Detachment 10, 335th Signal Command (Theater) based in East Point, Georgia, and more than 220 Soldiers from the 3rd Calvary Regiment from Fort Hood, Texas make their way across the runway toward the passenger terminal at Fort Hood's Robert Gray Army Airfield Dec. 9, after deplaning from a flight that brought them home from a deployment to Kuwait. More than 60 war fighters from Det. 10 spent the last nine-months engineering, installing, operating, maintaining and defending network operations in support of Operations Freedom Sentinel and Spartan Shield.