Soldiers Airlifted Home

The 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, B Company, 1-293 Battalion returned to the National Guard Armory on Thursday via airlift.

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Young boys await returning soldiers

Ben Mikesell | The Journal Gazette
Cooper Hackett, 4, stands with his brother Chance, 2, as they watch the 76th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, B Company, 1-293 Battalion, return to the National Guard Armory on Thursday after annual training at Camp Atterbury. Their father was at the armory directing the flights by radio. Forty soldiers were airlifted back to the armory.

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