Featured by Rachael Riley, The Fayetteville Observer
Fort Bragg paratrooper helps rescue driver and toddler from smoking vehicle
Sgt. Brandon Alvarez was driving with his wife in late April when he noticed smoke and an overturned vehicle on one of the back roads past Fort Bragg's gun range
The 18th Airborne Corps is releasing previously classified documents about the Army’s Atomic Age on Twitter
The 18th Airborne Corps is telling the story of the Army's Atomic Age on its official Twitter account using previously classified military documents
The VA is already reviewing plans for reopening facilities to the public amid the COVID-19 pandemic
The Department of Veterans Affairs is reviewing a plan for opening its facilities to the public, Secretary Robert Wilkie said
Scammers are fooling troops into buying cars at fake online military exchanges
Army and Air Force Exchange Service officials are warning soldiers and military families to be aware of scammers using the Exchange's logo.
Former Army Special Forces soldiers sentenced for embezzling funds while deployed to Afghanistan
Chief Warrant Officer Deric Harper, Sgt. 1st Class Jeffrey Arthur Cook and Sgt. 1st Class Barry Lee Walls Jr. — all former members of the 3rd Special Forces Group — were sentenced June 11 by the Eastern District of North Carolina for their involvement in a money-theft scheme while deployed as a team in Afghanistan
Fathers’ military service helps inspire sons to join military
For retired Sgt 1st Class Confessor Bermudez Jr., Pvt. Dorian Bermudez and Capt. Timothy Peters, watching their fathers' military service has helped inspire their own military careers.
7,500 boots are on display at Fort Bragg to honor US service members killed since 9/11
The boots — which had the service members' photos and dates of death — were on display for Fort Bragg's Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation's annual Run, Honor and Remember 5k on May 18 and for the 82nd Airborne Division's run that kicked off All American Week
Fort Bragg’s air assault school is shutting down
"We are honored and privileged to have trained some of the most professional and lethal soldiers in the U.S. Army."
An Army special operations warrant officer is now the only soldier on active duty with two Distinguished Service Crosses
A special operations soldier received his second Distinguished Service Cross during a ceremony on Wednesday, officials with U.S. Army Special Operations Command said
Foreign national who triggered Fort Bragg gate closure to be deported
The foreign national who caused Fort Bragg's All American gate to close for several hours in March will not face charges and will be deported, court documents state
Army captain receives Soldier’s Medal for saving two people from a burning vehicle
For his efforts, Riffe was awarded the Soldier's Medal for heroism on March 22 by U.S. Rep. Richard Hudson during a ceremony at Fort Bragg.
Foreign national who triggered Fort Bragg gate closure faces 7 charges
The man who caused Fort Bragg's All American gate to be closed for several hours last week faces seven charges that were presented at a detention hearing Tuesday
Foreign national who tried to enter Fort Bragg repeatedly requested to tour ‘special operations facility’
The man who caused Fort Bragg's All American gate to be closed for several hours Tuesday has been arrested and will have a detention hearing at 9 a.m. Monday in Raleigh, North Carolina to face charges related to obstruction of justice
Fort Bragg shuts down gate after foreign national refuses to give ID and tries to enter base
The man was traveling on a Jordanian passport, but his visa, driver's license and vehicle registration were expired.
Army Secretary calls military housing problems ‘unconscionable’
"I'd said the problems are unconscionable. There's no reason our soldiers and their families should live in the conditions they've lived in."
Like father, like son: 82nd Airborne soldiers jump together at Fort Bragg
Since joining the military in 2005, Master Sgt. Michael Mabry has jumped out of military aircraft more than a hundred times. Yet a jump in January is what the 45-year-old describes as the highlight of his military career. That's when he saw his son, 18-year-old Pvt. William Mabry, participate in his sixth jump and his first under the 82nd Airborne Division