Here are the kids showing off the posters they made for their Daddy.We waited with a few hundred people at a large armory near Downtown Indianapolis.
This is just MOMENTS before the soliders came in. It was so cool because we could see heads looking in the window every now and then. All of a sudden there was a LOUD kick on the garage door.
They marched in FAST. I barely got a few shots off with my camera before they were released.
I was at the far end of the armory. The front line of soldiers were directly in front of me. I leaned way over to see around the crowd and caught a glimpse of Bill as he dismissed his unit.
Here are a few more from when the kids got to give him a big hug. Of course these are horribly blurry but, we were all so excited to see him.
And I handed over my camera for a picture of all of us.
Bill wasn't even home 24 hours before Andrew took him to school to meet his classmates.
His class all wrote him letters and pictures while they were in Iraq.
Bill took his helmet in for the kids to try on. He also gave the class an American Flag that had been flown in Iraq. It was the quietest I have ever seen the 25 Kindergardeners!
It's great to have him home!