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Two hundred medics who have spent six months treating soldiers in Afghanistan have been welcomed home to Gosport.
The troops marched along the town's waterfront after receiving operational medals for their work with 33 Field Hospital.
We spoke to Lieutenant Colonel Steve Archer Commanding Officer, 33 Field Hospital about being welcomed home.
A group of army medics will be officially welcomed home to Gosport today after working in Afghanistan.
The men and women of 33 Field Hospital provided care for troops serving in the country, as well as the local community. They will march out of the former Haslar Hospital site after receiving their Herrick medals.