An Arkansas soldier is back home Friday after receiving a special honor for his life-saving work in Iraq. In June, Private First Class Joseph Morris was driving a Convoy through Iraq when a bomb exploded. The blast killed one soldier and severely injured the arm and leg of another. Morris made a tourniquet to slow the blood loss, ultimately saving his life. He received a Bronze Star for his efforts. "I was just out there to do the job and help out as much as I could," says Morris. Morris is home for two weeks vacation. Hes slated to return to Baghdad later this month.