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The Gray Wolves of VAQ-142 return home to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Saturday following a six-month deployment to Al Asad Air Base in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Above, Chief Petty Officer Tim Logg is welcomed home with flowers, a balloon and a loving look from his daughter Katie.  At right, Chief Petty Officer T. Goodman finally gets to meet his daughter Hailey as she cuddles close to his wife Sheena. - K.C. Pohtilla / Whidbey News-Times
The Gray Wolves of VAQ-142 return home to Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Saturday following a six-month deployment to Al Asad Air Base in Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Above, Chief Petty Officer Tim Logg is welcomed home with flowers, a balloon and a loving look from his daughter Katie. At right, Chief Petty Officer T. Goodman finally gets to meet his daughter Hailey as she cuddles close to his wife Sheena.
— image credit: K.C. Pohtilla / Whidbey News-Times

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