It's a new age in Army EOD. Following 15 years of war where the biggest threat to U.S. troops was improvised explosive devices, the Army's explosive ordnance disposal specialists are becoming fast...
It’s difficult for some military parents at Fort Bragg, N.C., and other bases nationwide, to find in-network specialists for their children with autism and that’s due, in part, to the … Click to Continue »
Named for North Carolinian Confederate general Braxton Bragg, the US military base of Fort Bragg was established just before the end of World War I, and slowly grew to become a major center for artillery training and testing. By the summer of 1940, some 5,400 soldiers were stationed at the sprawling installation. Show More Summary
A soldier who intentionally drowned his 8-month-old puppy must carry a photo of the dog in his wallet for two years, a North Carolina judge ruled Tuesday. The Army Times reports 24-year-old John Burrow, stationed at Fort Bragg, used military parachute cord to tie his dog Riley's feet to his...
John Garrett Burrow, 24, killed his dog, Riley, because he couldn't afford his veterinary bills.
A judge has ordered a Fort Bragg soldier to keep a picture of the puppy that he drowned in his wallet while he's on probation.
A Fort Bragg soldier who used parachute cord to tie his eight-month old Lab-mix puppy’s hind legs and forelegs to the dog’s muzzle, and then drowned the animal was sentenced in a Fayetteville courtroom on September 27. Multiple local and military sources reported on the case of Riley,...
Five service members and retirees from Fort Bragg are being treated for Zika after contracting the virus while traveling abroad.
US Army Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend, commanding general of XVIII Airborne Corps based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, assumed command of Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve during a transfer of authority ceremony on Monday August 21. Army Gen. Joseph L. Votel, U.S. Central Command’s commanding general, presided over the ceremony in which command
The drunken-driving case that blew the cover of a civilian who allegedly pretended to be a soldier to live in a Fort Bragg barracks is postponed again.
The U.S. military uses Humvees manufactured by AM General in numerous ways -- even dropping them from the sky with parachutes.
The 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg is getting a new commander.
Fort Bragg will soon welcome a new general officer.
Footage from a US Air Force drop at Fort Bragg, NC has emerged showing the loading and far more dramatic unloading of Humvees from a C-17 Globemaster. Continue reading Watch the Air Force drop Humvees out the back of a plane Watch the Air Force drop Humvees out the back of a plane originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 29 Jul 2016 16:01:00 EDT. Show More Summary
AiirSource Military has shared footage of fearless paratroopers from the 101st and 82nd Airborne Division static line jumping from a Boeing C-17 Globemaster III aircraft over Fort Bragg‘s Sicily Drop Zone in North Carolina. via reddit More Related Laughing Squid Posts‘Chasing Horizons’, A Photographer Chases the Sunset Across Every Time Zone in an 8-Hour FlightMartin […]
Awe-inspiring video of dozens of members of the U.S. military’s 82nd and 101st Airborne Divisions, all packed into C-17 Globemaster III aircraft, then doing a static line jump over a test drop zone at Fort Bragg, NC. It’s mindblowing that nobody’s chutes got tangled doing this.
The culinary specialists cooking up hot meals for soldiers across Fort Bragg will get a new look next spring.
Road trip! Steve Lopez explores California's 1,100-mile coastline July 22, 2016, 9:30 a.m. On the 40th anniversary of California's Coastal Act, Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez is on a road trip from Oregon to Mexico to explore the state's 1,100 miles of beaches, wetlands, wave-pounded coves,...
Paratroopers shuffled to the doors bathed in a red light, and one-by-one they stepped out into the dark.
The Air Force's support to Fort Bragg has been on a steady decline in recent months, according to numbers provided by Sen. Thom Tillis.