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Welcome home, Justin Bache!

July 17, 2011

Justin A. Bache returned home to Woonsocket last week after four years in the Army, including a long stint in Afghanistan.

WOONSOCKET -- Justin A. Bache, a 2006 graduate of Woonsocket High, returned home from four years of duty for his country in the U.S. Army on July 12. He was greeted by his mother, Pastor Rebecca Lambert, and his father, James Lambert.
Siblings Samantha and James also were on hand to greet Justin, who will continue to serve his country as an active reservist stationed out of Greenwich. He is also planning on further his education at Johnson & Wales University.
Justin served 18 months in Afghanistan as a combat infantryman.

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Welcome home

July 18, 2011 by editor, 3 years 4 weeks ago
Comment: 489

Another Vietnam Vet wishing you a great future, Justin. The day I got home still remains a fresh memory, nearly 43 years later.

Congratulations and thanks for your service.....

July 18, 2011 by Marcel (not verified), 3 years 4 weeks ago
Comment: 488

Good luck at Johnson & Wales University.
Back in 1970, I was a Vietnam vet and did exactly what you're doing by going to that same college. I believe you'll be an asset to that student body.
Stand proud and always remember your fellow veteran buddies.

Marcel Daignault

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