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Morgantown photographer Mark Shephard—freelance photojournalist

Army Sgt. Aaron Yoder of Elkhart and his family pray together during a ceremony at Osolo Fire Department Saturday afternoon two-and-a-half months after Yoder had been shot in the leg while protecting his bomb-sniffing dog Bart during a firefight in Afghanistan. More than 350 people greeted Yoder at South Bend Regional Airport before local police departments and Indiana Patriot Guard Riders escorted Yoder and his family to Osolo. In the foreground is the "Osolo Fire Department Project 9-11: America’s Heartland Remembers” memorial. (photo by Mark Shephard)

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Aaron Yoder homecoming – eTruth.jpg
Copyright
Mark A. Shephard 2012
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3200x2071 / 6.2MB
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Magazine and Newspaper Work, Mark A. Shephard portfolio
Army Sgt. Aaron Yoder of Elkhart and his family pray together during a ceremony at Osolo Fire Department Saturday afternoon two-and-a-half months after Yoder had been shot in the leg while protecting his bomb-sniffing dog Bart during a firefight in Afghanistan. More than 350 people greeted Yoder at South Bend Regional Airport before local police departments and Indiana Patriot Guard Riders escorted Yoder and his family to Osolo. In the foreground is the "Osolo Fire Department Project 9-11: America’s Heartland Remembers” memorial. (photo by Mark Shephard)