Travis Airmen return home from Mosul battlefield where their mission was to reopen an airfield that had been taken over by ISIS. Now their mission is to make their time home a happy one, whether it’s that first hug and kiss, or quality time spent making up for the holidays they’ve spent away.
Airmen return from war torn Iraq and into the arms of loved ones
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