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UPDATE: Come to Fort Sill to welcome home our soldiers

FORT SILL, Okla. - 236 years old! Tuesday, the United States Army celebrates another year defending our great nation.

Out of the one-million plus force, more than 120,000 of those soldiers are serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.

But about 150 soldiers are coming back to Fort Sill from their deployment and you are encouraged to welcome them home.

The ceremony for the soldiers of the 15th Transportation Company is now set for Tuesday morning at 11:30 at Rinehart Physical Fitness Center. We'll update you right here if the time changes again.

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