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Members of 116th Return To Twin Falls

About 90 members from the Idaho National Guard’s 116th Calvary Brigade returned home to Idaho yesterday. 15 of those soldiers came back home to the Magic Valley, landing at Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport just before 11 a.m. yesterday on a Sierra Pacific flight. The soldiers spent the last nine months serving in Iraq. 50 of the soldiers landed in Boise, the rest flew home to other parts of the state. On September 4th, the first charter flight of 30 soldiers returned to Boise.  The soldiers will be returning in waves over the next several weeks.

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