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Push To Help Minnesota Veterans Find Jobs Pays Off

An intensive effort to help Minnesota veterans find civilian jobs is paying off. National Guard officials say most of the 2,700 soldiers from the "Red Bull" Division who returned from the Mideast last spring have found work.

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Jim Maurice
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For Minnesota’s Returning Vets, Normal is an Adjustment

Minnesota's big group of returning military veterans is facing a delicate transition to family life and a rough road back into the working world. Three thousand National Guard members — the Red Bulls — have come home in the past month.

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Another Group of National Guard Soldiers Coming Home

More reunions tomorrow (Friday) for members of the Minnesota National Guard and their families. About 220 soldiers from the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 24th Infantry Division are returning to Minnesota.

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Hundreds of Minnesota Soldiers Return

Hundreds of Minnesota National Guard soldiers are settling back into civilian life after returning to the state in the past few days. And if they don't have a job to come back to, they will soon be looking for work.

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Jim Maurice
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More National Guard Soldiers Coming Back to Central Minnesota

The 7th and 8th waves of soldiers from the 1st Brigade Combat Team will be returning to Minnesota late tonight (Monday) and tomorrow afternoon. The National Guard says there are 500 soldiers in this latest group.

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More Red Bulls Coming Back to Minnesota, St. Cloud Friday

Another group of National Guard soldiers are coming home to Central Minnesota. They'll be arriving at the River's Edge Convention Center at 4:50 p.m. The general public is invited and encouraged to come out and welcome them home.

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More Red Bulls Coming Home Today

The second wave of National Guard soldiers are coming home today (Wednesday). There are 219 soldiers from the 1st Brigade Combat Team 34th Infantry that are returning to the state.

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1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division via Facebook
1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division via Facebook
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Dayton Serves Steaks to Troops, Families

Gov. Mark Dayton served steaks to Minnesota National Guard soldiers and their families during an event at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin.

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Photo via Facebook page for 1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division
Photo via Facebook page for 1st Brigade, 34th Infantry Division
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Red Bull Deployment Ceremonies Planned In Central Minnesota

Several departure ceremonies for the Minnesota National Guard will be held in Central Minnesota over the next few days. The First Brigade Combat Team, 34th Red Bull Infantry Division, is scheduled to depart Minnesota in the next few weeks in support of Operation New Dawn in Iraq.

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