CHISHOLM, Minn. (AP) — More than 140 soldiers from the Minnesota National Guard are scheduled to return to the state next week.
Soldiers from the 114th Transportation Company return after a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan.READ MORE: Gov. Walz, Former Gov. Pawlenty To Receive COVID-19 Boosters Tuesday
The company’s commander Capt. Ryan Koester says the Chisholm-based unit helped to draw down operations in Afghanistan. Soldiers moved equipment over a combined 85,000 miles in closing five bases.READ MORE: You Can Always Get What You Want? Mick Jagger Has 2 Juicy (Jucy) Lucys Before Concert
The unit is currently undergoing demobilization.MORE NEWS: Assistant Director Who Handed Alec Baldwin Prop Gun Before Fatal Shooting Has Deep Minnesota Ties
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