July 31, 2015


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About 11 soldiers landed in Winnipeg at 17 Wing on Monday after serving on Canada's final commitment to Operation ATTENTION, Canada's contribution to the International Assistance Force/NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan.
Master Bombardier Nathan Cousineau (centre) of the 116 Independent Field Battery out of Kenora is greeted by friends Shaun Magill (left) and Kevin Weirsema after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan on Monday.
Sgt. David Chelkowski with the 1st RCHA is all smiles as he's greeted by his wife Jennifer on Monday after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan.
Sgt. David Chelkowski of the 1st RCHA is greeted by his wife Jennifer, who wipes away a tear Monday after greeting her husband at 17 Wing.
Sgt. David Chelkowski with the 1st RCHA is hugs his wife Jennifer after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan on Monday.
About 11 soldiers landed in Winnipeg at 17 Wing on Monday after serving on Canada's final commitment to Operation ATTENTION, Canada's contribution to the International Assistance Force/NATO Training Mission in Afghanistan. - Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Master Bombardier Nathan Cousineau (centre) of the 116 Independent Field Battery out of Kenora is greeted by friends Shaun Magill (left) and Kevin Weirsema after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan on Monday. - Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Sgt. David Chelkowski with the 1st RCHA is all smiles as he's greeted by his wife Jennifer on Monday after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan. - Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Sgt. David Chelkowski of the 1st RCHA is greeted by his wife Jennifer, who wipes away a tear Monday after greeting her husband at 17 Wing. - Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press
Sgt. David Chelkowski with the 1st RCHA is hugs his wife Jennifer after arriving in Winnipeg at 17 Wing from Afghanistan on Monday. - Mike Deal / Winnipeg Free Press

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