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Toni Hadley couldn't hold back tears of joy as she kissed her husband, Chief Warrant Officer David Hadley, at last night's welcoming ceremonies for members of the 536th Maintenance Company returning from deployment to Schofield Barracks. The group had been deployed in Mosul, Iraq, since last September.
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