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A hero's welcome in Groton

Published April 04. 2013 4:00AM
Tim Cook/The Day
Executive Officer Lt. Cmdr. Neil Steinhagen is greeted Wednesday by his daughters Sierra, 14, left, and Abby, 10, as the Los Angeles-class, fast-attack submarine USS Alexandria (SSN 757) returns to Naval Submarine Base in Groton following a six-month deployment. Both Sierra and her brother Tanner, 15, not shown, are members of the Norwich Free Academy Wildcat Marching Band, which performed in honor of the submarine's return.

Executive Officer Lt. Cmdr. Neil Steinhagen is greeted Wednesday by his daughters Sierra, 14, left, and Abby, 10, as the Los Angeles-class, fast-attack submarine USS Alexandria (SSN 757) returns to Naval Submarine Base in Groton following a six-month deployment.

Both Sierra and her brother Tanner, 15, not shown, are members of the Norwich Free Academy Wildcat Marching Band, which performed in honor of the submarine's return.

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