Heroes come home.
The 3 Logistic Support Regiment paraded through Abingdon, near Oxford, as hundreds of relatives and colleagues cheered.
Sergeant Gail Harper, 31, a keen backer of the Mirror's Honour the Brave medal campaign, said: "It's a really nice feeling to know that people back home are supporting soldiers."
Julia Wright, who was reunited with her husband, Corporal Richard Wright, said: "It's fantastic to have him back for Christmas."
YOUR XMAS MESSAGES TO THE TROOPS
L/Cpl Phil Pimlott 1 CSMR: Miss you tons, stay safe. Love Mom, Kev, Little Sis, Nan, Dave, Nan, Grandad, David, Kim, Jack and Georgia
Alec UK JF Med group: Hi Son, we love and miss you every day, and are all very proud of you. Love always, Mum XX
L Cpl Darren Williams: Hi honey, sent you lots of presents so you're not missing anything! Love you loads, Lindsay, family and friends
Email messages and photos to email@example.com
JOY: Mother and daughter
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Dec 14, 2007|
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