Homecoming Plans Disrupted at Fort Drum

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Welcome home signs have been up for weeks at Fort Drum, N.Y., but now comes the news that 3,200 soldiers who were to return from Afghanistan must extend their tour of duty by four months. As David Sommerstein of North Country Public Radio reports, about 150 soldiers who just returned home will be sent back in a month.



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