May 25, 2015 6:15 PM
PORTSMOUTH - For the past decade, the Pease Greeters of Portsmouth International Airport have welcomed home military members from all across the globe.
The Greeters have a mission to welcome troops "passing through Pease International Airport on their way to, or from, Afghanistan or Iraq, or any other areas of conflict in any part of the world."
Part of that welcoming is clapping and cheering, food and offering a place for them to make phone calls.
NH1 News caught up with them for their 837th flight on Friday to share their passion for our military.
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