Returning soldiers, families looking forward to resuming lives

Chaplain Gary Gilmore leads the Agricultural Development Team V (ADT V) in prayer prior to their dismissal Wednesday afternoon as they were officially welcomed home after their 14-month deployment to Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan.

Chaplain Gary Gilmore leads the Agricultural Development Team V (ADT V) in prayer prior to their dismissal Wednesday afternoon as they were officially welcomed home after their 14-month deployment to Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan. Photo by Julie Smith.

Seth and Jennifer Fife will be watching the St. Louis Cardinals play the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night.

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It had been a regular custom for the St. Martins couple before Seth deployed with the Missouri National Guard Agribusiness Development Team (ADT) V a year ago.

On Wednesday, the sergeant first class and more than 50 fellow soldiers and airmen were welcomed home and released to their civilian lives after returning from the Nangarhar Province.

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