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Tuesday, December 29th, 2009 -- 2:46 pm
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director

From WRN:

Thirty two hundred soldiers with the Wisconsin National Guard are preparing to come home, after serving a year-long deployment to Iraq.

Lieutenant Colonel Jackie Guthrie says members of the 32nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team are starting to leave the country.

"Some have already moved into Kuwait to do the demobilization process, kind of the reverse of what they did when they went overseas," Guthrie explains. "They'll continue back to the United States and be back at Volk Field in the next month or so."

After the soldiers are back in Wisconsin, they'll have to spend a few days at Fort McCoy before they can go home. Guthrie says right now members of the 32nd are training their replacements from the 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team from Texas.

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