Back from Baghdad

Staff Sgt. Aileen Pule (center), an information manager assigned to the 17th Communication Squadron, poses for a group photo after being welcomed back home by Chief Master Sgt. Paul Moreau, the 17th Training Wing command chief master sergeant, and other Goodfellow chief master sergeants during her in-processing Monday at the Norma Brown Building. Staff Sgt. Pule arrived at Mathis Field / San Angelo Regional Airport Saturday evening after a six-month deployment to Baghdad, Iraq.

Pictured are: (front row from left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Paul Moreau, 17 TRW command chief, Staff Sgt. Aileen Pule and Chief Master Sgt. John Pope, 17th Training Group superintendent, (back row from left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Burgwin, 17th Medical Group superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. Edy Agee, Goodfellow NCO Academy commandant, Chief Master Sgt. Roberto Benitez, 316th Training Squadron superintendent and Chief Master Sgt. Patrick Sheehan, 312th Training Squadron superintendent. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)

Staff Sgt. Aileen Pule (center), an information manager assigned to the 17th Communication Squadron, poses for a group photo after being welcomed back home by Chief Master Sgt. Paul Moreau, the 17th Training Wing command chief master sergeant, and other Goodfellow chief master sergeants during her in-processing Monday at the Norma Brown Building. Staff Sgt. Pule arrived at Mathis Field / San Angelo Regional Airport Saturday evening after a six-month deployment to Baghdad, Iraq. Pictured are: (front row from left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Paul Moreau, 17 TRW command chief, Staff Sgt. Aileen Pule and Chief Master Sgt. John Pope, 17th Training Group superintendent, (back row from left to right) Chief Master Sgt. Jeffrey Burgwin, 17th Medical Group superintendent, Chief Master Sgt. Edy Agee, Goodfellow NCO Academy commandant, Chief Master Sgt. Roberto Benitez, 316th Training Squadron superintendent and Chief Master Sgt. Patrick Sheehan, 312th Training Squadron superintendent. (Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Luis Loza Gutierrez)