Hundreds of Ft. Campbell soldiers will be reunited with loved ones on Mother's Day.
Two flights are scheduled to land at the post, carrying members of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade.
There's no word on how many troops will be on the first plane, but the second plane will have about 280 soldiers on board.
The troops have been in Afghanistan for the past nine months.
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