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Friday, August 19, 2005

Gannett: 4,000 soldiers heading to Shelby

By Janet Braswell

Another 4,000 soldiers will begin arriving next month for training at Camp Shelby before they deploy to Iraq.

Almost 2,700 of them belong to the 34th Infantry Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team of the Minnesota National Guard. They will be augmented by National Guard troops from New Jersey, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and Utah.

Their arrival will bring to more than 17,000 the number of troops trained at Camp Shelby for service in Iraq and Afghanistan.


Semper Fi


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