As the last bunch of soldiers with the 34th Infantry Division walked into the Rosemount Community Center Wednesday they walked through a line of flags held proudly by members of the Minnesota Patriot Guard.
As the 1,000 or so soldiers with the 34th Infantry Division return from Iraq they will undergo more training. But unlike the training they received to go to war, this time they will learn how to adapt to the world they left a year ago.
It’s been a long year for Korbin Noyes. His mom, Sgt. Jinny Noyes, a Rosemount resident, has been deployed to Iraq since February with the 34th Infantry Division and he has waited for her to return.
The wait ended Sunday evening when Jinny burst through the doors of the Rosemount Community Center gymnasium.
“It feels good to have her home,” said Korbin, talking into his mother in her Army issued fatigues.
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