SYRACUSE - Specialist Bryon Hulsizer reunites with his wife Brandy and their sons Joshua and Shawn Saturday, December 27 at the Thompson Rd. Armory.
Hulsizer and approximately 150 soldiers of the New York Army National Guard?s 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team returned from Afghanistan where the unit has served since April training the Afghan National Army.
After landing in Syracuse the returning Soldiers were bused to armories in Albany, Rochester and Buffalo. The plane also carried returning Soldiers to New York City.
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