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Sgt. 1st Class Thomas Michleski hugs his wife, Renee, as they are reunited during a welcome ceremony for the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company at Fort Gordon, Wednesday.  RAINIER EHRHARDT/STAFF
RAINIER EHRHARDT/STAFF
Sgt. 1st Class Thomas Michleski hugs his wife, Renee, as they are reunited during a welcome ceremony for the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company at Fort Gordon, Wednesday.

There were smiles and hugs all around this afternoon as the 518th Tactical Installation Networking Company returned from a 12-month deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan. Welcome ceremonies for the 125 soldiers were held at Fort Gordon. It was the second deployment for the 518th TIN Company to the Middle East.

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yaya1983 01/20/10 - 05:14 pm
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Welcome home Troops! We love

Welcome home Troops! We love you and we missed you!

gogbd
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gogbd 01/20/10 - 07:45 pm
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Whooaah

Whooaah

citizenna
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citizenna 01/20/10 - 09:52 pm
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Thank you all for your

Thank you all for your bravery and my freedom! God Bless!

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RAWR 01/20/10 - 10:28 pm
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Welcome Home Heroes.

Welcome Home Heroes.

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