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Back Home From War (20 pics)

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  • 13 Apr, 2011  |
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The Staff Sergant Brian Eisch had to leave his two sons Joey and Isaac with their uncle in Wisconsin while he was serving in Afghanistan. They patiently waited for him to come back safe for more than a year.

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№1 Author: GhostChronos (13 Apr 2011 03:36) Total user comments: 2100


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Nice pics dude, really emotional ones 04
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№2 Author: Benmarvin (13 Apr 2011 03:43) Total user comments: 30


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Would be better with captions from the family.
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№3 Author: mahedi (13 Apr 2011 04:55) Total user comments: 10772


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№4 Author: Patty (13 Apr 2011 05:33) Total user comments: 1766


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What a deep message these images send.
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№5 Author: shewentwhoa (13 Apr 2011 06:14) Total user comments: 1327


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I'm waiting for my husband to come home. A lot of people don't know what it's like to have your spouse/parent/loved one leave for long periods of time.
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№6 Author: capt.huffnpuff (13 Apr 2011 07:21) Total user comments: 2801


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shewentwhoa, we're waiting with you, hoping for the best. 19
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№7 Author: Saint Barbie (13 Apr 2011 07:58) Total user comments: 390


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Welcome Home. 19
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№8 Author: Jinxaruny (13 Apr 2011 10:02) Total user comments: 10324


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21 Beautiful examples of the emotions involved!
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№9 Author: krankoloji (13 Apr 2011 11:14) Total user comments: 591


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Let me get this straight, there is no conscription in the us. so, this dude and many others joined to army with their own will and did for to get a job. so these people are no heroes, they are just some people who could not get a job else where and joined the army. so if they die or get injured, that is just a job accident, not something heroic.
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№10 Author: bmvv (13 Apr 2011 12:22) Total user comments: 85


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krankoloji,
What a cruel message you are sending! I am certainly not in favor of US American policies in near and middle east, but this dump is making me sad because of the KIDS. It is obvious that they suffering from the separation and their fear that their father could be hurt or even die.

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№11 Author: Lord Dodo (13 Apr 2011 13:58) Total user comments: 2064


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krankoloji, maybe you're right, but this post of yours lets you look like a heartless bastard 02
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№12 Author: 2fuzzy (13 Apr 2011 17:13) Total user comments: 10400


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Very sad, wish we could bring them all home soon.
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№13 Author: Naphia (13 Apr 2011 18:28) Total user comments: 1071


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krankoloji,
I also don't think that killing should in any way be glorified: he may be not a hero, but he's a father. So I'm happy for the kids that they got him back after a dangerous time.
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№14 Author: itstodd (13 Apr 2011 18:35) Total user comments: 194


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№15 Author: Pilgrim (13 Apr 2011 19:05) Total user comments: 2288


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№16 Author: Lu (13 Apr 2011 19:22) Total user comments: 15082


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Ja, getting back home takes a while to get used to.
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№17 Author: cherrygarcia14 (13 Apr 2011 21:08) Total user comments: 2278


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they got their daddy back, many kids can't say the same... 02
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№18 Author: raymond.wendt (13 Apr 2011 21:56) Total user comments: 9115


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he came back, but he's not whole anymore.
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№19 Author: DocMcCoy (14 Apr 2011 00:45) Total user comments: 6039


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Times this story by 10,000 and growning. get them home Mr. president.
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