The U.S. is gradually withdrawing troops from Afghanistan, and that means some young men and women are coming home.
It’s a scene we’re fortunate to experience a lot these days: American soldiers coming home, safe and sound, after long tours overseas. The most recent homecoming took place Friday evening at the Otis Air National Guard Base in Bourne.
An emotional welcome home in New Hampshire Tuesday: the soldiers with the 94th Military Police Company returned safely home to their families after one year in Iraq.
More than two dozen soldiers who gave their lives fighting for our country were honored Monday at the Massachusetts statehouse.
With a government shut down looming, local soldiers overseas will have to find another way to pay the bills with their hard-earned paychecks in jeopardy.”
Boston Latin High School senior Taylor Taffey learned that many of the Marines serving overseas, including her brother are in desperate need of socks. In response, she has started a project called “Socks for Servicemen.”
Girl Scouts are joining forces with soldiers at Hanscom Air Force Base to ship hundreds of boxes of donated Girl Scout cookies to soldiers overseas.
Sergeant Marilyn Gonzalez and her daughter, Specialist Jessica Pedraza, served together in Iraq and Kuwait with the 1166th Transportation Company.
It was a very warm welcome home at Logan Airport Sunday for 42 members of the National Guard 102nd Security Forces Squadron.
Tears of joy filled the National Guard Armory in Bourne Wednesday as members of the 379th Engineering Battalion came home after a one-year tour of duty in Afghanistan.