Featured by Rachael Riley, The Fayettville Observer
Soldiers charged in marriage fraud ring at Fort Bragg
The charges include 29 counts of marriage fraud, transporting and harboring aliens, visa fraud, obstruction, unlawful disposition of U.S. property, false statements in immigration matters, and conspiracy to commit marriage fraud, the news release said.
82nd Airborne soldier wounded in Afghanistan firefight receives Purple Heart
“My guys put everything that they had out there and they pulled me off target and kept me safe."
Fort Bragg garrison commander relieved of duty amid investigation
Col. Phillip Sounia was relieved of the command Friday because of a "loss of trust and confidence in his abilities to command"
Search under way for Fort Bragg soldier missing since Memorial Day weekend
Fort Bragg officials have confirmed that a search is under way for a soldier who was reported missing since Memorial Day weekend
The 82nd Airborne Division is getting a new commander
Maj. Gen. Christopher T. Donahue will be the 82nd Airborne Division's new commander, the Department of Defense announced last week
How the Army is training the next generation of Green Berets amid a global pandemic
"We are trying to balance the readiness of our future force with our current readiness."
This Fort Bragg soldier is officially one of America’s best racers
Fort Bragg soldier Adam Benaway defended his title to earn first place in his class among more than 60 racers from across the United States and other countries in September at the SCCA's 2019 Nationals in Lincoln, Nebraska