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Correction: Minnesota National Guard troops in Afghanistan, source's name

The Minnesota National Guard currently has more than 200 troops in Afghanistan and has deployed a total of nearly 900 Air and Army National Guard members to Afghanistan since Sept. 11, 2001, according to Maj. Patricia Baker. The total of Minnesot...

The Minnesota National Guard currently has more than 200 troops in Afghanistan and has deployed a total of nearly 900 Air and Army National Guard members to Afghanistan since Sept. 11, 2001, according to Maj. Patricia Baker. The total of Minnesota Guard members who have served in Afghanistan, and also the spelling of Guard Sgt. Heath Vivier's last name, were incorrect in a story by The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead that appeared on Page A7 in Wednesday's Herald ("Obama's plan to have unclear effect on region Guard troops") and on GrandForksHerald.com Monday ("Effect of Obama's Afghanistan plan on Guard in N.D., Minnesota unclear") .

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