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More Fort Sill troops home

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FORT SILL, OK (KSWO) - More Fort Sill troops returned home early Thursday morning.

They were supposed to be back on post for a ceremony at 4:15 a.m., but it was delayed until 5:30. The soldiers are also with the 3rd Battalion, 2nd Air Defense Artillery. The first half of the 500 troops came home Wednesday morning. The Lethal Strike Battalion was deployed for the last year on a split mission to the United Arab Emirates and Jordan.

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