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Home Staff Sgt. Aaron Canfield, of Nashville, says good-bye to his daughter during the farewell ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4, prior to embarking on a one-year deployment to the Middle East. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro) Staff Sgt. Aaron Canfield, of Nashville, says good-bye to his daughter during the farewell ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4, prior to embarking on a one-year deployment to the Middle East. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)

Staff Sgt. Aaron Canfield, of Nashville, says good-bye to his daughter during the farewell ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4, prior to embarking on a one-year deployment to the Middle East. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)

Staff Sgt. Aaron Canfield, of Nashville, says good-bye to his daughter during the farewell ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4, prior to embarking on a one-year deployment to the Middle East. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)

Staff Sgt. Aaron Canfield, of Nashville, says good-bye to his daughter during the farewell ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4, prior to embarking on a one-year deployment to the Middle East. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)

Guardsmen from Nashville’s 230th Signal Company pose for company photograph prior to boarding a bus to begin their journey to Fort Hood, Texas, for roughly one month of pre-deployment training. Following their training, the Soldiers will deploy to Kuwait for one year in support of Operation Spartan Shield. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)
Sgt. Maj. Chris Davenport and Staff Sgt. William Jones say farewell to Pfc. Aaron Jones at a good-bye ceremony for the 230th Signal Company at Houston Barracks on December 4. For Aaron Jones, the oldest son of William Jones, this will be his first deployment. All three Soldiers are from Ashland City. (Sgt. 1st Class Edgar Castro)