JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- One-hundred members of the Florida Air National Guard arrived at the Jacksonville International Airport shortly after midnight on Sunday.
The men and women are civil engineers from the 202nd Red Horse Squadron based out of Camp Blanding. They served in Qatar and Afghanistan for the last seven months. While there they built roads, runways, buildings and utilities.
Nearly 200 friends and family members were waiting to greet them at the airport, once they got off their plane.
First Coast News