PHOTOS: Pennsylvania’s 542nd Quartermaster Company Returns From Deployment

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By John Crosby, Camp Atterbury Public Affairs

A Soldier hugs a loved one at the Indianapolis International Airport.

A Soldier hugs a loved one at the Indianapolis International Airport as the Army Reserve’s 542nd Quartermaster Company, headquartered out of DuBois, Pa., return from a year-long deployment to Iraq, Feb 13. (U.S. Army photo by John Crosby)

Soldiers of the Army Reserve 542nd Quartermaster Company, out of DuBois, Pa., unload baggage after returning from a year long deployment to Iraq.

Soldiers of the Army Reserve’s 542nd Quartermaster Company, headquartered out of DuBois, Pa., unload baggage from an airplane shortly after returning from a year-long deployment to Iraq, at the Indianapolis International Airport, Indianapolis, Ind. (U.S. Army photo by John Crosby)

Soldiers of the Army Reserve 542nd Quartermaster Company are greeted with smiles and hugs at the Indianapolis International Airport.

Soldiers of the Army Reserve’s 542nd Quartermaster Company, headquartered out of DuBois, Pa., are greeted with smiles and hugs at the Indianapolis International Airport Feb. 13 as they return from a year-long deployment to Iraq. (U.S. Army photo by John Crosby)

Troops exchange welcome home handshakes and hugs at the Indianapolis International Airport, after a year long deployment to Iraq.

Troops exchange welcome-home handshakes and hugs at the Indianapolis International Airport as Soldiers of the Army Reserve’s 542nd Quartermaster Company, headquartered out of DuBois, Pa., return home from a year-long deployment to Iraq, Feb 13. (U.S. Army photo by John Crosby)

Smiles and hugs exchanged at Indianapolis International Airport.

Smiles and hugs are exchanged at the Indianapolis International Airport as Soldiers of the Army Reserve’s 542nd Quartermaster Company, headquartered out of DuBois, Pa., return home from a year-long deployment to Iraq, Feb 13. (U.S. Army photo by John Crosby)

By John Crosby, Camp Atterbury Public Affairs

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