Well, no. The unit’s heading out but, like SLC says, one way or another I suspect he won’t be going with them.

Here’s the background in case you missed part one — or, as the Loosers prefer, the “first edition” — of this story last week.

Oneonta film producer Korey Rowe has been returned to his unit, which is gearing up for its third deployment to Iraq since Operation Iraqi Freedom began in March 2003…

“According to our files, he is still on active duty,” said Cathy Gramling, a media relations specialist for Fort Campbell, Ky., home of the 101st…

A source close to Rowe’s family has said he was at the end of his active-duty enlistment in the summer of 2005 and was trying to avoid serving a second tour of duty in Iraq under the Army’s stop-loss policy when he went AWOL. He returned to Fort Campbell that summer to clear up the matter but left for good after he was told he would be sent to Iraq, the source said.

Still no word on punishment, if any, but this is going to make for a hot segment in “Loose Change: Ninth Edition” or whatever in which the boys use Cathy Gramling’s payroll records to try to track her movements on the day the Towers fell.