There was a welcome home ceremony Friday for more than 20 Minnesota soldiers.
After more than a year of dangerous missions, 131 soldiers are home.
Minnesota soldiers got a chance to train with the latest and greatest in new weapons on Wednesday at Camp Ripley. It’s the M-777 canon designed to hit a target with near complete accuracy up to 15 miles away.
An Army Reserves unit based at Fort Snelling is heading to Afghanistan to support the U.S. military operation in that country.
Another military homecoming.