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NJ Soldier Gets Special Homecoming

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WELCOME HOME PFC RYAN McGINNIS, US ARMY!!!!! A Hero's Welcome, please join the NJ and SEPA Warriors' Watch Riders in welcoming home U.S. Army Pfc, Ryan McGinnis!

Ryan is 21 years old and is returning from a 9-month deployment from Jalalabad, Afghanistan where our Hero is a Combat Engineer.   Currently his mission is Route Clearance...he's a "Bomb Hunter".   Our Hero joined the Army and entered Basic Training May 1, 2012, and graduated Basic and A.I.T. as a Combat Engineer in August 2012. 

He is a graduate of Cinnaminson High School.  He has two sisters, Graceanne (27) and Melynda (24), along with his Mother, Terry, and father, Robert, who miss him terribly and are anxiously awaiting his return.  When our hero does get free time, he loves to play basketball, go the gym and work out.  Ryan loves to watch the New York Giants and college basketball during the season.     

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