101st Airborne Division

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The 101st Airborne Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team at Fort Campbell is changing leadership this week. 

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Nearly 100 soldiers in the 1st Brigade Combat Team known as “Bastogne” in the 101st Airborne Division are returning to Fort Campbell on Friday. 

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More than 130 soldiers with the 1st Brigade Combat Team with the 101st Airborne Division are returning to Fort Campbell on Wednesday. 

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Two soldiers injured in a helicopter crash at Fort Campbell remain in critical condition.

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Tuesday Afternoon Update: The helicopter caught fire during a training exercise and was extinguished by Fort Campbell Fire and Emergency Services personnel. 

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Some 100 Fort Campbell soldiers in the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team ‘Bastogne’ are returning home Wednesday from Cameroon in Africa. 

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The 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell is holding a ceremony marking a change in leadership this week. 

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  More soldiers from the 101st division will be making their return to Fort Campbell this Sunday. The soldiers are from 2nd Brigade Combat Team "STRIKE" and will be welcomed home with a ceremony of family and friends. The soldiers are returning from a nine-month deployment to Iraq and other areas in Southwest Asia, where the unit performed duties as the task force supporting the Combined Joint Forces Land Component Command. Their primary mission was to advise and assist, train, and equip the Iraqi security forces to fight the Islamic state.

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More 101st soldiers in the 2nd Brigade Combat Team are set to return to Fort Campbell on Thursday. 

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Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team in the 101st Airborne Division are returning home from a nine-month deployment to Iraq and Southwest Asia this week. 

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