South Cerney troops return home

After six months in the dangerous heat of Afghanistan there have been emotional reuinions for soldiers heading back to a freezing UK.

29 Regiment Royal Logistics Corps have returned to their South Cereney barracks after six months on tour.

During their time in Afghanistan the Regiment was in charge of moving around 8,000 troops in and out of the country every week and moving over 19,000 items of baggage.

29 regiment return home Captain Gemma Metherall is second in command of 50 movement control squadron.

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Heart spoke to Lance Corporal Sean Jordan as he returned from 60 degree heat to a winter wonderland:

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