- Associated Press - Saturday, November 1, 2014

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - About two dozen soldiers from the North Dakota National Guard are returning home from Afghanistan.

The Guard says the remaining members of the 814th Medical Company are scheduled to be back in Bismarck on Sunday. About a third of the company returned from overseas earlier this year as a result of the recent draw down in troops.

The soldiers arrived at Fort Hood in Texas on Monday. They were scheduled to go through the demobilization process before returning home.

The mission in Afghanistan was the first employment for the 814th Medical Company. But about a dozen of the soldiers had previously been deployed overseas.

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