National Guard 869th Engineering Company returns after 11 months in Afghanistan
By Alice Du Pont
Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 12:47 pm (Updated: January 10, 1:01 pm)
Three chartered buses pulled into the parking lot of the A.O. Shelfer National Guard Armory in Quincy a few minutes after noon Jan. 8. More than 100 people were waiting, some of them waving the American flag and others carrying “welcome home” signs for the passengers. Coming home were 59 members of the National Guard 869th Engineering Company who were returning after 11 months in Afghanistan.
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