Mississippi airman returns home to twin brother salute

Mississippi airman returns home to twin brother salute
Teran, Ethan, and Colton.
Teran, Ethan, and Colton.

MONTICELLO, MISSISSIPPI - A Mississippi airman returned home from basic training to a special gesture from her two twin brothers.

Airman 1st Class Teran Madison of Monticello left for basic training at Keesler Airforce in November. According to Terra Smith Riddick, Madison's mother, the twin boys missed her incredibly.

"My twin boys missed her so much. We went to her tech school graduation yesterday and she was able to process out and come home last night,"said Riddick.

The twins, Ethan and Colton, wanted to honor their sister appropriately upon her arrival. Riddick was able to capture the moment on camera.

"My boys saluted her as she walked through the door," said Riddick. "I am proud of her and proud of them for recognizing her accomplishment!"

As for Madison's next steps after basic training, she plans to continue her education at the University of Southern Mississippi this summer to become a nurse.

Madison will also serve one weekend a month at Keesler Airforce Base in Biloxi.