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Friends and families hold up signs as 125 soldiers arrive during a welcome-home ceremony for the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company at Fort Gordon. The company was returning from a 12-month deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was its second deployment to the Middle East.  Rainier Ehrhardt/Staff
Rainier Ehrhardt/Staff
Friends and families hold up signs as 125 soldiers arrive during a welcome-home ceremony for the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company at Fort Gordon. The company was returning from a 12-month deployment in Iraq and Afghanistan. It was its second deployment to the Middle East.

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LadyCisback 01/21/10 - 07:35 am
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I wish my brother would come

I wish my brother would come back.. I miss him so much!!

truthnlove
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truthnlove 01/21/10 - 07:50 am
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Welcome home heroes! I know

Welcome home heroes! I know the joy of receiving a loved one back from war. Cherish each other. LadyCisback...thank your brother for his service and know he's covered in prayer for his safe return.

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