JBER Soldiers Come Home
For the last 12 months, the team provided transportation support for those moving out of Iraq
ANCHORAGE – Four purple hearts, nine national service medals, 14 combat action badges – a successful year for the 22 soldiers from JBER’s 486th movement control team.
A ceremony was held at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson after the unit returned from a year-long deployment in Kuwait.
“Coming back here it's nice, but most of us will start to take leave tomorrow, to go home a spend a lot time with our families and it's well deserved,” said Antoino Reynolds.
For the last 12 months, the team provided transportation support for troopers moving out of Iraq.