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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Fort Bragg is one of the largest Army installations in the US with over 57,000 military personnel, including 23,000 soldiers under the U.
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According to US media reports, an Article 32 hearing on evidence in the case against Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair opened Monday at Fort Bragg, a sprawling post that is home to the 82nd Airborne Division.
Following completion of the Basic Infantry and Image Interpreter Officer Schools, Lieutenant Lackey's first assignment in 1962 was Platoon Leader of an Aerial Surveillance Platoon in the XVIII Airborne Corps, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
More than 1,000 people gathered recently at Fort Bragg in North Carolina for a festival called "Rock Beyond Belief" that is believed to have been the first openly atheistic event to take place at a military installation.
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Fort Bragg is located 50 miles south of Raleigh and 10 miles northwest of Fayetteville.
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