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N.C. National Guard units on duty in war on terrorism

Posted Monday, December 29, 2003

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The North Carolina National Guard has more than 6,000 soldiers and aviators on duty in the United States or overseas:

- 123rd Personnel Detachment: 46 soldiers from Siler City stationed at Fort Bragg.

- 30th Heavy Separate Brigade: 3,500 soldiers from 40 N.C. armories and 1,300 from units based in other states but attached to the brigade. Will deploy to Baghdad area in Iraq in February or later.

- 211th Military Police Company: 114 soldiers from Clyde stationed in Baghdad.

- 1454th Transportation Company: 142 soldiers from Concord stationed in Kuwait and Iraq.

- C Company, 161st Area Support Medical Battalion: 56 soldiers from Asheville stationed in Kuwait.

- 691st Maintenance Company: 89 soldiers from Fremont stationed at Fort Ritchie, Md.

- 514th Military Police Company: 163 soldiers from Greenville stationed in Kosovo.

- 111th Finance Detachment: 21 soldiers from Morrisville stationed at Fort Bragg.

- 1st Battalion, 130th Aviation: 324 soldiers from Morrisville stationed in Afghanistan.

- 130th Military History Detachment: three soldiers from Raleigh stationed in Afghanistan.

- 210th Military Police Company: 121 soldiers from Sylva stationed in Baghdad.

- 105th Engineer Group, Headquarters and Headquarters Company: 44 soldiers from Winston-Salem stationed at Fort Bragg.

- 1450th Transportation Company: 169 soldiers from Jefferson and Lenoir, duty station to be determined.

- 1452nd Transportation Company: 299 soldiers from Jefferson and Lenoir, duty station to be determined.

- 145th Airlift Wing: 130 personnel from Charlotte and Stanly County on active duty in Qatar, Usbekistan, Kuwait, Germany, Italy, and eight bases in the United States.

Source: N.C. National Guard.

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