1st Lt. Nelson Anglin held his 8-month-old niece, Presley Anglin, with family members nearby. The ceremony  was filled with emotion as hundreds gathered to welcome the soldiers home.
1st Lt. Nelson Anglin held his 8-month-old niece, Presley Anglin, with family members nearby. The ceremony was filled with emotion as hundreds gathered to welcome the soldiers home.
1st Lt. Nelson Anglin held his 8-month-old niece, Presley Anglin, with family members nearby. The ceremony was filled with emotion as hundreds gathered to welcome the soldiers home.

Hundreds welcome Guard unit home from Afghanistan

February 05, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 05, 2011 06:52 AM

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