The Army said members of the 502nd Military Intelligence Battalion are due on base at 3 a.m. Wednesday.
First Lt. Filberto Martinez said they were deployed throughout Afghanistan, collecting information. He said no soldiers in the unit were killed in action. One died of self-inflicted wounds.
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