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Bowe Bergdahl Trial Postponed Until Next Year

The court martial of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has been postponed until February 2017, at which time the country will have a new commander-in-chief. The presiding judge for the U.S. Army Court of Criminal Appeals at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, made this ruling earlier this month after a pre-trial hearing in the case, in... Show More Summary

Where ocean meets ranch meets forest meets enchantment in Fort Bragg, Calif.

Crashing waves, rugged cliffs and redwood trees. California's Mendocino Coast offers a striking contrast to the urban blandscape of Los Angeles. When I felt the urge to escape and I read about the recently opened seven-room Inn at Newport Ranch, 20 minutes north of Fort Bragg, I booked a stay....

Weekend Escape/Fort Bragg for 5/29

Waves crashing on the rugged Mendocino Coast offer a striking contrast to the bland urban landscape of Los Angeles. So when I felt the urge to escape and read about the recently opened seven-room Inn at Newport Ranch, 20 minutes north of Fort Bragg, I booked a stay. My husband, Paul, and I flew...

Womack Clinic Renamed for World War II Silver Star Recipient

In the weeks and months before Tuesday's ceremony to rename the Troop and Family Medical Clinic on Fort Bragg, officials with Womack Army Medical Center searched for the family of Pvt. Kelly W. Byars.

Paratroopers Compete to Be Named Best at Fort Bragg Competition

Chinook blades chopped through the overcast sky over Fort Bragg as paratroopers floated to the ground.

82nd Airborne Division Tests New All-Terrain Vehicles in Poland Jump

About 600 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division will drop into Poland next month after a 10-hour flight from Fort Bragg to demonstrate their readiness to meet any threat to NATO's eastern flank.

Solar Energy Training Program Expanded to Include Fort Bragg

Service members leaving the military from Fort Bragg may soon get a shortcut into the solar energy industry.

Counting on the Coast

Today was designated Global Big Day by eBird, an effort to assess the health and diversity of avian populations across the planet. Since we planned a morning visit to Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens, just south of Fort Bragg, California,...Show More Summary

Womack's Former Commander is Army's Newest General Officer

The Army's newest general officer faced a daunting task at Fort Bragg on Tuesday.

Unclear Whether Civilian Living in Army Barracks Skipped Court Date

It's not known if the civilian allegedly found living on Fort Bragg appeared in federal court Wednesday on five charges that led to his discovery last year.

Holocaust Survivor Shares Memories, Chuckles with Fort Bragg Soldiers

With lingering hints of his native Polish, 82-year-old Holocaust survivor Hank Brodt shared personal memories from life in Nazi prison camps.

Army Reserve's Best Warrior Competition Tests Soldiers

The best soldiers in the Army Reserve are gathered on Fort Bragg this week, with a chance to compete against the best in the Army on the line.

New Fisher House on Fort Bragg Offers More for Ill, Wounded Soldiers

For more than a year, Lorie Southerland made so many visits to the site of Fort Bragg's new Fisher House that the project manager gave her a hard hat of her own.

Fort Bragg Soldier Accused in Assault on Fellow Soldier

Fayetteville police have charged a Fort Bragg soldier with kidnapping and rape of a soldier assigned to his unit.

Fort Bragg soldier allegedly kidnapped, raped soldier in his unit

4 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Johnathan Simpson, 26, was arrested Friday for the alleged off-base rape of a 26-year-old victim.

Fort Bragg soldier charged with rape of fellow soldier

4 weeks agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Johnathan Simpson, 26, is charged with first-degree rape, first-degree kidnapping and sexual battery

Senator Pushing Army to Make Plans for Pope Runway Extension

A North Carolina senator wants the Army to explain how and when it will extend the runway at Fort Bragg's Pope Field.

Fort Bragg MPs Continue Investigation of Special Forces 'Squatter'

The civilian who grabbed a room at a Fort Bragg Special Forces barracks and lived there for months unknown to the command is now on the run from a rash of unrelated civilian felony charges.

Alleged Civilian Found in Fort Bragg Barracks Misses Court Date

Triston Marquell Chase, allegedly the civilian found living at Fort Bragg last year, did not appear in court Tuesday morning on six felony charges.

Triston Marquell Chase, that Fort Bragg squatter

We wrote a bit about this fellow, Triston Chase, when he was found living in the barracks at Fort Bragg last December, since then, the Army has conducted an investigation of the fellow and it looks like he stole or bought someone’s ID card that granted him a free pass to Fort Bragg facilities. From […]

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