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Dominique Fatoke, left, visiting from Chicago, Ill., gets emotional as she and her mother Tangelyn Ervin, center, hold a "Welcome Home" banner for her sister, Spc. Antevia Irvin, at a welcome home ceremony held in front of the D.C. Armory for 70 D.C. Army National Guard soldiers with the 273rd military police company returning from Bagram Air Base after 10 months, Afghanistan, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, October 16, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
Photo by: ANDREW HARNIK
Dominique Fatoke, left, visiting from Chicago, Ill., gets emotional as she and her mother Tangelyn Ervin, center, hold a "Welcome Home" banner for her sister, Spc. Antevia Irvin, at a welcome home ceremony held in front of the D.C. Armory for 70 D.C. Army National Guard soldiers with the 273rd military police company returning from Bagram Air Base after 10 months, Afghanistan, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, October 16, 2012. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)

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