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(KSL News) It was an emotional scene at the Salt Lake International Airport Saturday morning as friends and family welcomed home 10 soldiers from a year-long tour in Iraq.
The Army Reserve soldiers expressed thanks to be home but were glad to serve.
Staff Sgt. Daniel Gardner said, "Grateful to have the opportunity to do it and to allow other people the opportunity to enjoy their freedoms that we have by going over there."
These soldiers were assigned to the 191ST Combat Sustainment Support Battalion and were in charge of maintaining living quarters, communication and security for troops.