La. National Guard returns home before holiday
BATON ROUGE, La. - Approximately 120 Louisiana National Guard Soldiers from the 415th Military Intelligence Battalion are scheduled to return home from a 365-day deployment to the Gillis W. Long Center in Carville on Wednesday.
The soldiers, headquartered in Carville, were deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom to conduct interrogation, analysis, and counterintelligence operations throughout Afghanistan.
Following the deployment ceremony in Baton Rouge last December, the 415th MI BN conducted mobilization training at Fort Bliss, San Antonio, Texas, before deploying overseas.
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