Welcome Home 

A family from Topsham spent 8 hours waiting at the Bangor International Airport, but they were happy to do it.Jennifer Brown and her family drove up from southern maine to welcome their cousin, Jared Justice.Justice has been serving with the First Maintenance Battalion MP Company in Iraq for the past 8 months.Justice’s plane was supposed to come in around four AM.But the flight was delayed, so the family had to wait until 1:15 this afternoon.”no matter what, we were gonna be here. even if it was to see him for five minutes. we just want to give him a hug, and tell him how proud we are, and just to see all the guys that he went there with.”The long wait was well worth it, when the family spotted a familiar face in the crowd of uniforms.Justice wasn’t the only man with maine ties on the flight…Nida and William Lowery from Orono were on hand to welcome their grandson Ian back to the states.Bothers Parker and Daniel Michaels of Corinth thought their Uncle Keith Nash, might be on the flight.And even though he didn’t make it home on this particular flight, the boys stayed to greet and thank the troops.