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Long-serving reserve unit to arrive at Fort Drum tomorrow
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FORT DRUM, N.Y. (AP) -- ItÔŅĹs not what family members want to hear.

The long-delayed return of New EnglandÔŅĹs 94th Military Police Company is being pushed back again. Now the unit is scheduled to arrive tomorrow morning.

The latest timetable from the Army has the reserve unit arriving at Fort Drum, New York, at seven tomorrow morning. The unit will spend three days at Fort Drum before the soldiers are allowed to return home.

The 94th is based in Londonderry, New Hampshire, and has a detachment in Saco, Maine. It also has members from Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

The unit was supposed to be home on Tuesday. Then Wednesday. Then tonight.

Twice, the soldiers were ready to come home when their deployment was extended.

The 94th is described as the ArmyÔŅĹs longest-serving reserve unit, with 20 months of service in Iraq and Kuwait.


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