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justine wettschreck/Daily Globe The soldiers stopped for a break in Worthington and to meet up with the escort on their way home to LeMars and Sioux City, Iowa. They were greeted at the Blue Line Travel Center by family members and supporters, all anxious to offer hugs and thanks.

A welcome home for the troops

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WORTHINGTON -- Members of the Iowa National Guard Charlie Troop 113th Cavalry stopped in Worthington Sunday on their way home to Le Mars and Sioux City, Iowa after spending a year in Afghanistan.

The troops had been on busses since 7:30 a.m., and the stop in Worthington gave them time to get out and move around before making the last leg of their journey. But they didn't go home alone.

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