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December 7, 2012 - 5 went

Welcome Our Troops Home from Overseas

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Added by Steve O.
on Dec 8, 2012.
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  • Steve O.

    Over 200 troops first touched U.S. soil Friday, at Pease in NH. They were welcomed by about a hundred plus local people. As the troops were about to leave. A small black women, an Army Major, stepped up to speak for the troops, and said. She thanked us all for being there. As she tried to control her tears. She also said, she has been diploid four times now. This was the first time she was welcomed home like this. Thank you all for joining me. Steve Ob1.

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