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The Missouri Army National Guard unit coming home

EVENT: 1141st  Engineer Company Welcome Home Ceremony
DATE/TIME:  Monday, Sept. 20, 6 p.m.
LOCATION:  Army National Guard Armory, 7600 Ozark Rd., Kansas City, Mo.

The Missouri Army National Guard is holding a welcome home
ceremony for the 1141st Engineer Company (Sappers) at 6 p.m. on Monday, Sept.
20 at the National Guard armory in Kansas City.

The 1141st has spent a year in Afghanistan supporting military operations
against insurgents and conducting combat engineering operations. They cleared
routes of improvised explosive devices and built and improved base and
defensive position fortifications. The sappers also supported infantry units
in direct fire situations.

The 1141st served under the commanded of Capt. Brian Sayer, of Richland.

Sappers are combat engineers who advance with the front-line infantry. They
have fought in every war in American history. Their mission can vary between
clearing land mines and bridge building, to supporting infantry units in
direct combat operations.

The community and media are invited and encouraged to attend the ceremony.

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