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Soldiers' return will be slightly delayed

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Although hopes were high in welcoming home some of the deployed soldiers mid-this week, according to National Guard Public Affairs Officer Major Josephine Blas their arrival will be slightly delayed. Major Blas says over 100 soldiers are anticipated to arrive over the weekend as the soldiers are now waiting for a charter flight to be arranged from Camp Shelby, Mississippi to Guam. 

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