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On Air Staff and WPM Interns
Fri June 10, 2005
Laramie, Wy – Thirty-one Wyoming Air National Guard members have returned from Iraq.
They accompanied a C-130 transport plane that provided airlift services for the military.
Among them is Tech Sergeant Don Feltner, who has been in the military 30 years and has been to the Middle East six times in recent years.
But Feltner is back for good now because he's retiring.
Feltner said it's a shock to see all the green in Wyoming after the brown of the desert.
His wife, Veronica, said she's grateful to have him back.
The Wyoming Air Guard has deployed 276 people for Operation Iraqi Freedom. Of those, 76 have taken multiple trips to Iraq.