Returning home

Courtesy of Minot Air Force Base Public Affairs
More than 400 airmen from Minot Air Force Base who were deployed earlier this year in the Middle East supporting U.S. Central Command’s Operation Inherent Resolve, a combined joint task force operation to eliminate ISIS terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria, came home Monday. Several B-52s from the base’s 23rd Bomb Squadron and airmen from the 23rd and other base units including the 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 5th Munitions Squadron, 5th Maintenance Squadron and 5th Operations Support Squadron were deployed March 9.

Courtesy of Minot Air Force Base Public Affairs More than 400 airmen from Minot Air Force Base who were deployed earlier this year in the Middle East supporting U.S. Central Command’s Operation Inherent Resolve, a combined joint task force operation to eliminate ISIS terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria, came home Monday. Several B-52s from the base’s 23rd Bomb Squadron and airmen from the 23rd and other base units including the 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 5th Munitions Squadron, 5th Maintenance Squadron and 5th Operations Support Squadron were deployed March 9.

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