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On June 12, 2009, the New Jersey Army National Guard closed its largest combat deployment since World War II ? the 2,900 Soldiers of the 50th Infantry Brigade Combat Team served 10 months in Iraq ? with a parade and celebration in downtown Trenton. The Soldiers marched from the New Jersey World War II Memorial to the Sovereign Bank Arena. Gov. Jon S. Corzine and Maj. Gen. Glenn K. Rieth will made brief remarks at the start of the parade.  The Soldiers were joined on the 1.1-mile parade route by high school marching bands from Ewing, Newark, Paterson and Trenton.  The Soldiers? families were entertained at the arena during the parade by a group that includes comedian Joe Piscopo; Mary D?Arcy, who had a starring role in the Broadway production of Phantom of the Opera ; American Idol finalist Melinda Doolittle; Sarah Dash, a Trenton native and former vocalist with Patti La Belle and The Blue Bells; and R&B artist Chanj.  Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark Olsen, NJDMAVA/PA.

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