Wisconsin National Guard troops return home
On September 11, we honor the victims and the men and women serving our country.
Some of those troops are now back home with their families.
100 combat missions in 6 months away from home -- the men and women of the 82nd Agribusiness Development Team of the Wisconsin National Guard did their country proud.
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Governor Walker addressed the troops at a soldier ceremony in Hartford Annie Scholz
Troops from the 82nd Agribusiness Development Team of the Wisconsin National Guard Annie Scholz
The team was deployed from Hartford to Afghanistan in March to fight the opium trade and teach farmers to make money raising other crops. But today, their job is to be sisters, fathers, and friends. Annie Scholz
TODAY'S TMJ4's Annie Scholz reports there were a lot of kisses, hugs, and tears of joy. Annie Scholz
The troops get to spend some much needed time with their families. They're expected to report back to their units in the next 30 to 90 days. Annie Scholz
The Wisconsin National Guard troop performed over 100 combat missions in 6 months away from home. Now they get to spend the next month to three months with family and friends. Annie Scholz