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CARL RUSSO/Staff photo. The Massachusetts National Guard's 181st Engineering Company (Vertical) enter the armory and wait to be dismissed and reunited with their families as his unit returns home from Afghanistan after 10 months on duty. Family members greeted around 60 soldiers during a welcome home ceremony at the Methuen Armory on Lowell Street just after midnight Thursday morning.

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