Families Prepare for Company B's Return

While the Marines finished the last leg of their journey today, families worked together to give them a warm welcome home.

This morning many families spent time putting up signs and yellow ribbons for their loved ones.

From fence signs to smaller poster board signs, there were a lot of welcome messages in red, white, and blue ink and families say it is just one way they are recognizing the Marine’s service.

"High they're ready to come home, aren't they? I think they're all ready to come home. They’re excited. We’re all bursting at the seams I think. We can't, I can't wait, and it’s exciting,” says Marine mom Beth Briskey.

Many of the Marines have been through this before this homecoming marks the end of their second tour in Iraq.


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