Martinsburg, W.Va. - Servicemen and women of the 167th Airlift Wing, who kept bases in Kosovo and Bosnia operating by flying in supplies, are scheduled to return home Sunday.
Approximately 80 members of the West Virginia Air National Guard's 167th Airlift Wing left the Tri-State area in November to support operations in the former Yugoslavia, said Lt. Col. Charles Sencindiver, chief of staff.
The guardsmen were stationed at Ramstein Air Force base in Germany as part of Operation Joint Forge, a NATO peacekeeping mission.
The Airlift Wing was responsible for carrying people, food, clothing and other supplies in Europe, military officials said.
Members of the 167th are expected to arrive at the West Virginia Air National Guard base in Martinsburg at 3 p.m.