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Alabama Airmen receive happy homecoming



Reservists arrive back at home at Maxwell Air Force Base, in Alabama, and can hardly believe it’s real.

In another touching homecoming, grateful families gathered to greet their loved ones and honored them upon their arrival with colorful signs, big hugs, and tears of joy, as reported by ABC Channel 8.


Airman Laboris Williams says, “It feels great. It feels amazing. I’ve been waiting on this for a minute. Feel good.”

His mother, Linda Bowling says she was “overjoyed and so thankful to God that he made it back safe.”

Williams’ little sister had been counting the days, hours, minutes, and seconds that he was gone. It had been 8,640 minutes to be exact.


A local reporter, Olivia Deas welcomed home her own husband, Captain Jason Deas, who said, “It’s hard to believe I’m home”. It has been 5-months since his last visit home.

The report said that approximately 150 Reservists and C-130 aircraft will be returning in total.



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