112th Signal Battalion uses equal parts tactical and technical in success recipe

Klug, Jillian M.
September 2009
Army Communicator;Fall2009, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p44
The article discusses the tactical and technical training exercises implemented by the U.S. Army 112th Signal Battalion (Special Operations)(Airborne) to maintain its status as one of the Special Operations Command's major communications groups. One is the built-in validation exercises based on set training goals. Another is the Shadow Strike exercise which is designed to validate the leaders within the company organization.


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