OMLT returns home
Nov 6, 2009Public
Photo:  Maj. Gen. Larry W. Shellito, State Adjutant General addresses family and friends at a deployment ceremony for 12 Soldiers from the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team in the Governor's Reception room at the State Capital in St. Paul, MN. Governor Pawlenty stands with Soldiers behind him.
Photo: Governor Pawlenty talks with Soldiers from the Operation Mentoring Liasion Team at a deployment ceremony at the State Capital in St. Paul, MN.
Photo: Minnesota National Guard Soldiers train with the Croatian Army at Gasinci training centre, (124 miles) east of Zagreb on February 26, 2009 in preparation for their deployment to Afghanistan.
Photo: Minnesota National Guard Soldiers train with the Croatian Army at Gasinci training centre, (124 miles) east of Zagreb on February 26, 2009 in preparation for their deployment to Afghanistan.
Photo: Minnesota National Guard Soldiers train with the Croatian Army at Gasinci training centre, (124 miles) east of Zagreb on February 26, 2009 in preparation for their deployment to Afghanistan.
Photo: Command Sgt. Maj. Edward Mills, Minnesota State Command Sgt. Maj., shakes hands with returning OMLT member Sgt. Joey Cano.  Twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard return from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 5.
Photo: Col. Kevin Gerdes, Minnesota Director of Personnel, greets returning OMLT member Sgt. Matthew Suchoski as he enters the airport with other members of the team.  Twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard return from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 5.
Photo: Maj. Gen. Larry Shellito, Minnesota's Adjutant General, talks with OMLT members.  Twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard return from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 5.
Photo: Family and friends of the OMLT gather in front of the St. Paul, Minn. Armory in anticipation of their Soldier's return.  The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.
Photo: The OMLT Soldiers' bus pulls in front of the St. Paul, Minn. Armory, being escorted from Ft. McCoy, Wisc. by police and the Patriot Guard. The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.
Photo: Sgt. Carlon Oliver, returning OMLT member, greets family and friends.  The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.
Photo: The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.
Photo: Sgt. 1st Class Robert Bostic II, returning OMLT member, greets family and friends.  The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.
Photo: 1st Lt. Kyle Weisinger, returning OMLT member, daughters and wife talk with a Patriot Guard member.  The twelve Soldiers making up the Operational Mentoring Liaison Team (OMLT) from the Minnesota Army National Guard returned to Minnesota from a one-year deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on Nov. 6.