(U.S. Army/Staff Sgt. Paige Behringer)

To tackle the ever-present problem of sexual assault in the U.S. military, Fort Bragg is hosting an "escape room"-style event this week during which a soldier will be chained to a chair.

This seems ... ill-advised.

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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.

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Photo: Army Staff Sgt. Terrance Payton

Capt. Jacob Riffe was traveling on Interstate 95 last April when he noticed a vehicle swerve and crash into a fence.

Riffe, a soldier with the 264th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, said his training kicked in as he pulled his vehicle over and rushed to help the occupants.

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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.

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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.

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Fort Bragg's All American gate closed for several hours Tuesday after a man described as a foreign national without valid identification attempted to get on the military base, officials said.

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