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Welcome Our Troops Home from Overseas

Welcome Our Troops Returning Home From Overseas.
Friday Dec. 7th., 10:20, AM. Carpooling from Nashua and Manchester                            Pease International Airport. Portsmouth / Newington NH.

Host: Steve Obermiller. [masked] [masked]

Meet us at the terminal, Not the Air National Guard air terminal.

If you are thinking of attending? Please sign up at:  &n... Flights are subject to change so often. They will keep you informed as to any changes.

07-Dec-2012 Friday 11:20 AM Returning Home  flight # 75   # of troops 509
Flight arrives at 11:20 am.  But, we need to be there, one hour before they land. This is because flights are early, or late, or get canceled some times. The people from Pease Greeters will want to give you notices of changes. They will also give you a short tour, and explain to you what will happen. So again, please sign up online with the Pease Greeters.   Pease International Airport. Portsmouth / Newington NH.

Please join and meet Steve Ob1. and friends for an hour or two at the Pease Air Terminal. We will welcome home about 509 returning troops, from their latest overseas tour of duty. The troops have no idea anyone is at the airport waiting to welcome them. They are expecting just another empty airport. Where, maybe they can get something to eat out of a machine, or use a pay phone to call home. Very few military Flights land here, and they are here for only an hour or so, They land here just to refuel and change crews. Before they tack off again to return to their homes and bases throughout the country. Most of the the troops landing in NH. are not from New England. This will be the first time they have set foot in the USA.. Most of the troops feel they are not sure yet. If they are coming home in a seat or a box. Until they first land back in the USA.. So, now that we have learned to support our troops, and not to blame them for a bad war. Steve Ob1. would like your help, in giving these brave men and women. A warm New England thanks, and  a welcome them home. Please sign up online for the Pease Greeters emails. Flights are subject to change or delay. They will let you know where and when the flights are arriving. They will also let you know, if the flights are late or early. Most of the flights are usually on weekday late nights or early morning. So, Steve Ob1. has been reluctant to ask people to join him to welcome past flights. So, join us.  Steve Ob1. has attended this event before, and found it more than worth the time.
Pease Greeters emails. Flights are subject to change, delay or cancellation.
The Pease Greeters Flight Alert Channel Your source for the latest flight information updated daily. Hotline (603)[masked] New Schedule - Flights Added, Deleted & Time Changes The schedule has been updated to include the addition of flights, the deletion of one flight and times changes to two flights.    Arrival:
More info. below: Directions from Boston: Take Interstate 95 North into New Hampshire, continuing through the Hampton Toll Booth towards Portsmouth. Take Exit 3 Portsmouth/Greenland to the stoplight. Take left onto Rt 33, at the next light you will see a sign for Pease International Tradeport, take a right at the light onto Grafton Drive.
Copyright © Pease Greeters Fund, Inc. 2010. All rights reserved Contact the Postmaster at [masked]. To make a tax deductible donation contact Ed Johnson at (603)[masked] or e-mail at [masked]. You may also mail your contributions to Pease Greeters, P O box 178, Rye Beach, NH 03871

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  • paula i

    yes i did see some happy and surprized faces when they came down the ramp

    December 7, 2012

  • Steve O.

    Today as our troops were about to leave. A black woman,a Major in the Army. Step up and said, She has been diploid oversea four time before. This was the first time she had been welcomed like this. Thank you to all who joined me today. I was honored also.

    December 7, 2012

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