WASHINGTON (CNN) - The son of Vice President-elect Joe Biden has returned from Iraq to the United States to attend the inauguration of his father and President-elect Barack Obama, a military spokesman said.
Beau Biden, who deployed to Iraq as a captain in the National Guard, is in the United States on temporary duty, said Lt. Col. Leonard Gratteri, a spokesman for the Delaware National Guard.
Biden plans to take several days of leave to attend inaugural events, he said.
The president-elect and vice president-elect are scheduled to take their oaths of office in Washington on Tuesday.
Updated: 1:35 p.m.