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Topic - Carol Roddy
"Most often, when they come off a flight, they are tired, they are exhausted, they just want a safe place to stay," she said. "If they can find somebody to help them with their cellphone or help find their keys or little things … this is something that you know is like a friendly face, a trusting face."
The extra "mothering" that Mrs. Roddy said Operation Welcome Home offers to returning troops can go a long way toward making their return home more comfortable.