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Oshkosh welcomes home 1157th loved ones

6:51 PM, Jan. 18, 2013
The 1157th comes home to Oshkosh
The 1157th comes home to Oshkosh: The 130 members of the Oshkosh-based Army National Guard 1157th Transportation Company returned to Oshkosh on Jan. 18, 2013, after a 10-month mission in Afghanistan.
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With the unit's flag in hand, Spc. Josh Elliman was the first soldier to step off the bus onto Oshkosh soil.

"I'm home," the 22-year-old Berlin man said.

The 130-members of the Oshkosh-based Army National Guard 1157th Transportation Company arrived at a hangar on the Experimental Aircraft Association grounds shortly before noon Friday and were welcomed home by family, friends and community members after a 10-month mission in Afghanistan. ...

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