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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After two years on the Army staff, Colonel Lackey returned to his Army roots in December 1978 to command the 1st MI Battalion (Aerial Reconnaissance Support) at Fort Bragg. He attended the Naval War College, at Newport, Rhode Island in 1981, and was then slated to be the Assistant Chief of Staff, G2, 82nd Airborne Division, Fort Bragg.
Hill, Fort Eustis, and Fort Story, Virginia; Fort Dix, New Jersey; Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Fort Huachuca, Arizona; and San Pedro, California.
Officials at Fort Bragg in North Carolina have agreed to allow an atheist soldier to hold a secularist music festival at an outdoor venue on the military installation, reversing an earlier decision that confined the event to a small, indoor auditorium.
Thanks to the military police of Fort Bragg, North Carolina, one young man's dream has come true.
This annual concert will take place in the Main Post Parade Field at Fort Bragg starting at 3 p.m.
The Cape Fear Chapter hosted Wounded Warriors from Fort Bragg, NC, at its 4th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament held at the Sea Trail Resort in Sunset Beach, NC.
The training mission was the largest off-post airborne deployment of heavy equipment platforms projected from Fort Bragg, North Carolina, for a training mission since 1991.
I JUST wanted to thank you so much for Heike Hasenauer's wonderful December article about Fort Bragg's Adopt a Soldier Program.
An objective of the FORSCOM C2 plan is to divest the XVIII Airborne Corps Headquarters at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and the III Corps Headquarters at Fort Hood, Texas, of their traditional corps geographical footprint of divisions and installations for which they are responsible and of their former responsibilities for peacetime garrison requirements to provide administrative control (ADCON) and Title 10 support to divisions and brigades.
Time Warner Telecom (Nasdaq: TWTC), a provider of managed voice and data networking solutions for businesses, announced on Friday (3 November) that the company has completed an installation of voice, data and Internet services at the US Army's Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina, US.
Fort Bragg and Camp Mackall occupy over 160,000 acres (65,000 hectares) of North Carolina.
While the CROWS program was progressing through the acquisition cycle, the war in Iraq prompted an "urgent operational needs statement," which was sent to the Pentagon, Stoddard says, adding that the Pentagon response was to suggest that CROWS be fielded to soldiers in Iraq under an "urgent material release." CROWS was then classified as an operational test item, and it underwent testing by soldiers at Fort Bragg, N.C.

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