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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 2015  12:14:53 AM


49th MCB returns home from Afghanistan, Kuwait
Approximately 70 Soldiers from the 49th Movement Control Battalion, 4th Sustainment Brigade, were welcomed home during a ceremony in their honor at Abrams Physical Fitness Center following a long flight from Kuwait Monday. Friends, Family members and fellow Soldiers attended the ceremony to show their support and welcome the unit. “I just want to say that I’m proud of you guys and your sacrifices,” Brig. Gen. Michael Dillard, commanding general of the 310th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) said during his welcome home speech. “I want to thank the Families for all the support you have given us, and thank you for supporting them by sending care packages and staying in touch. May God bless you, your Families and the United States of America.” The Soldiers were released from their formati...
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April is the Month of the Military Child. Why is it important to recognize the children of America’s servicemen and women?

“It’s a reminder to everyone who doesn’t have a military background of the sacrifices the entire Family has to make, not just the Soldier.” Chief Warrant 3 Jeremy Hoffman, Div. West

“Because they are the backbone. We build our Families around the military. Children and spouses are incredibly important.” Douglas Huey, retired

“They go through sacrifices, too, not just the Soldier.” Jonas Abad, retired

“They have to deal with so much, like their parents – one or both - being gone a lot.” Staff Sgt. Shane Rollf, 1st Cav. Div.

“Because they have to go through a lot of changes and have to be very adaptable.” Jovita Thomas, civilian
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