Fort Bragg

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Fort Bragg,

U.S. army base, 11,136 acres (4,507 hectares), E N.C., N of Fayetteville; est. 1918. Originally an artillery post, it is now the principal U.S. army airborne-training center and the site of the Special Warfare School. Pope Field, the former Pope Air Force Base, is located within the reservation and is now part of the army base.
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