Featured by Mark Price, The Charlotte Observer
Suspicious military device washes up on Outer Banks beach. It won’t explode, cops say
"So this curious visitor washed up on the beach today ... It has understandably caused some concern, but it’s not dangerous."
Fort Bragg reminds North Carolina residents to watch out for Special Forces training exercise
Known as Robin Sage training, the unconventional warfare exercises are like live-action role playing, with hostile engagement between Special Forces students, volunteer civilians and soldiers out of Fort Bragg
‘We won’t do it!’ — A North Carolina city is suing to take down a massive American flag
Just in time for Memorial Day, one North Carolina city has filed a lawsuit to force an RV store to pull down a 40-foot by 80-foot U.S. flag because it's too large
The ‘overwhelming’ stench of a vet’s urine sample forced the evacuation of a VA hospital in Virginia
Good God, man!
Fort Bragg issues apology for freaking everyone out with a fake cyber attack
Fort Bragg officials issued an apology late Thursday, after realizing shutting off power to tens of thousands of post residents created alarm on the post and generated some rather bizarre conspiracy theories in the surrounding communit
Army Ranger dies during parachute training after surviving 8 deployments
An Army Ranger was killed Friday "during routine military free-fall training" at a site in Arizona
Vandals tried to burn a statue of a Confederate general. They got the founder of the US Army Airborne instead
A marble statue memorializing the founder of the U.S. Army Airborne was set on fire Thursday in North Carolina, and museum officials believe it happened because vandals confused it for a Confederate memorial
An Arlington National Cemetery Worker Carried A 96-Year-Old WWII Vet To Visit His Wife’s Grave
Two anonymous volunteers at Arlington National Cemetery are being lauded for their compassion on social media, after photos were posted...