Airmen come home

By Sgt. Cheryl Cox, 1st Cavalry Division Public AffairsDecember 4, 2007

Air Force Lt. Col. Jim Sisler, the 9th Air Support Operations Squadron director of operations, hugs his two children, Austin (left), and Kathryn, as he exits a bus from the Austin Airport Nov. 29. While deployed, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native was the airway officer for Multi-National Division - Baghdad. Sisler was one of 13 airmen to return to their West Fort Hood squadron following a seven-month deployment to Iraq.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Air Force Lt. Col. Jim Sisler, the 9th Air Support Operations Squadron director of operations, hugs his two children, Austin (left), and Kathryn, as he exits a bus from the Austin Airport Nov. 29. While deployed, the Corpus Christi, Texas, native was the airway officer for Multi-National Division - Baghdad. Sisler was one of 13 airmen to return to their West Fort Hood squadron following a seven-month deployment to Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Cheryl Cox, 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Senior Airman Chad Nabsinger, of 9th Air Support Operations Squadron, gets reacquainted with his 8-month-old son, Avery, after being deployed for the past seven months. Nabsinger was one of 13 airmen to return from Iraq Nov. 29. The Wauconda, Ill. native who spent the his seven-month deployment in Taji, Iraq, was greeted by his wife, Janette, and two sons, Gabriel, 2, and Avery.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Senior Airman Chad Nabsinger, of 9th Air Support Operations Squadron, gets reacquainted with his 8-month-old son, Avery, after being deployed for the past seven months. Nabsinger was one of 13 airmen to return from Iraq Nov. 29. The Wauconda, Ill. native who spent the his seven-month deployment in Taji, Iraq, was greeted by his wife, Janette, and two sons, Gabriel, 2, and Avery. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Cheryl Cox, 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
Airmen with 9th Air Support Operations Squadron greet members of their squadron as they exit a bus from the Austin Airport Nov. 29 after seven months in Iraq. The 13 Airmen that returned from Iraq had been assigned to various locations throughout Iraq which included Baghdad, Taji and Mosul. The airmen will now have 10 days off to spend with family and friends before they head back to work.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Airmen with 9th Air Support Operations Squadron greet members of their squadron as they exit a bus from the Austin Airport Nov. 29 after seven months in Iraq. The 13 Airmen that returned from Iraq had been assigned to various locations throughout Iraq which included Baghdad, Taji and Mosul. The airmen will now have 10 days off to spend with family and friends before they head back to work. (Photo Credit: Sgt. Cheryl Cox, 1st Cavalry Division Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL