BISMARCK, N.D. — Three North Dakota Army National Guard soldiers who served about nine months overseas in Qatar and Afghanistan are being reunited with their families.
The soldiers with the 1919th Contingency Contracting Team were flying into Bismarck on Tuesday afternoon, after spending several days at Camp Shelby in Mississippi going through the demobilization process.
The unit specializes in planning, coordinating and issuing contracts for supplies and services needed to support troops in the field. It has four members. The unit commander, Maj. Mike Lowe, returned to Bismarck last month.
A formal welcome-home event is scheduled Dec. 7 in Bismarck.