Hundreds of Indiana soldiers return home


Nearly 300 Indiana National Guard soldiers will be home for the holidays. The men and women began arriving at Stout Field
last night after spending a year in Iraq. Most of the guard members got to spend an hour with their families in the hangar
before going to Camp Atterbury for demobilization processing. The homecoming was delayed a day because of a weekend snowstorm
that disrupted travel on the East Coast.

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