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Heroes come home.



FAMILIES hang the flags out yesterday as 200 soldiers from Iraq marched home for Christmas.

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logistic assistance

support - the activity of providing for or maintaining by supplying with money or necessities; "his support kept the family together"; "they gave him emotional
 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."

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: 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

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Darren Williams (born 28 April, 1977 in Middlesbrough, England) is an English footballer who plays for Bradford City.

Williams began his career at York City, but made his name at Sunderland, for whom he signed in 1996.
: Hi honey, sent you lots of presents so you're not missing anything! Love you loads, Lindsay, family and friends

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Date:Dec 14, 2007
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