Patriotic welcome home

More than 400 family, friends and colleagues gathered in the 201st RED HORSE compound of Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, Pa., to welcome home the more than 100 Airmen of the RED HORSE Squadron that spent six months deployed throughout Iraq and Afghanistan. The mission of this mobile civil engineering response force was to build and repair military infrastructures that support missions theater wide as part of the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. (Photo by Air Force Airman 1st Class Claire Behney)

PHOTO BY: Air Force Airman st Class Claire Behney
VIRIN: 100413-F-2981B-003.JPG
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