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Lance Cpl. Jacob Turnage, data network specialist,

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Lance Cpl. Jacob Turnage, data network specialist, Headquarters Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st Marine Logistics Group, secures the cords connected to the Support Wide Area Network transmitter aboard Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., during Exercise Steel Knight 2014. The SWAN transmitter connects to a satellite in order to get services such as email. The telecommunication, data and radio Marines worked together to get communication up in only one day. Exercise Steel Knight 2014, which took place Dec. 9-16, is an annual exercise designed to prepare the 1st Marine Division for deployment with the Marine Air-Ground Task Force as the Ground Combat Element with the support of 1st MLG and 3rd Marine Air Wing.

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14/12/2013
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