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Topic - Kathy Thorp
Operation Welcome Home Maryland at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has organized welcomes for more than 190,000 military personnel since 2007, but with the withdrawal of troops from Iraq over the past three months, it has never been busier.
"We've got our folks still over there in Afghanistan and in other locations that deserve a welcome home," said Mrs. Thorp, of Arnold, Md. "Our numbers will decrease, but we will still be there to greet our troops until every one of them comes home."