South West Army reservists, who worked in 243 Field Hospital (Wessex), will be welcomed back to the region with a homecoming parade in Exeter today.
In addition they will be presented with Afghanistan Operations Service Medals.
The army reservists have been serving in Afghanistan from October last year up until January this year. Their main job was to run a medical facility at Camp Bastion.
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