Tearful homecoming for troops

Pictured is: Adele and Sgt Rob McCormack

The First British Troops from 4th Mechanized Brigade to leave Afghanistan return home today after handing over security responsibilities in their area of Helmand Province to Afghan Forces. 
Afghan Uniformed Police now provide security in the area of their former patrol base at Nahidullah in the district of Lashkar Gah.

Tonight soldiers from Burma Company the First Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (1 LANCS) returned home to their home base in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire.

For More info see attached press release

Pictured is: Adele and Sgt Rob McCormack The First British Troops from 4th Mechanized Brigade to leave Afghanistan return home today after handing over security responsibilities in their area of Helmand Province to Afghan Forces. Afghan Uniformed Police now provide security in the area of their former patrol base at Nahidullah in the district of Lashkar Gah. Tonight soldiers from Burma Company the First Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (1 LANCS) returned home to their home base in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire. For More info see attached press release

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There were tears of happiness and smiles all round when soldiers from the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment arrived home.

The soldiers, who are the first British troops of 4th Mechanized Brigade to leave Afghanistan, met with their loved ones at their barracks in Catterick, North Yorkshire.

The servicemen and women are back on home soil after security in their area of Helmand Province was handed over to Afghan forces

 

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