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  • Fort Bragg chaplain faces discipline on discrimination claim - WITN
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    WITN

    Fort Bragg chaplain faces discipline on discrimination claim
    WITN
    FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) - An Army chaplain at Fort Bragg faces possible disciplinary action after an investigation into whether he discriminated against a same-sex couple who wanted to attend a marriage retreat he was leading. Maj. Sc


  • Fort Bragg Stories: Healing through tattoos - The Fayetteville Observer
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    The Fayetteville Observer

    Fort Bragg Stories: Healing through tattoos
    The Fayetteville Observer
    Soldiers stationed at Fort Bragg support a thriving tattoo industry in Fayetteville and the surrounding towns. For some, the process of getting ink is just as important as the artwork. Daniel Wright is a Pur


  • What if we were hit by a nuclear bomb? Fort Bragg soldiers learn how to react - WTVD-TV
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    WTVD-TV

    What if we were hit by a nuclear bomb? Fort Bragg soldiers learn how to react
    WTVD-TV
    The time was 10 a.m. The lights flickered before darkness took over. Buildings were leveled. Cars were crushed. Debris littered the lawns. Muscatatuck was hit by a nuclear bomb. Thankfully, that dramatic narra


  • Fort Bragg school dedicated to Mildred Poole - The Fayetteville Observer
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    The Fayetteville Observer

    Fort Bragg school dedicated to Mildred Poole
    The Fayetteville Observer
    LINDEN OAKS "” Children of different ethnicities helped dedicate a new school on Fort Bragg to the woman known for defending equal education for all children. The Mildred B. Poole Elementary School "” named


  • Our View: A clash of faith and LGBT rights at Fort Bragg - The Fayetteville Observer
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    WRAL.com

    Our View: A clash of faith and LGBT rights at Fort Bragg
    The Fayetteville Observer
    The United States military does not just protect the country. It is often at the forefront of change. Its core values of sacrifice and service date back to the American Revolution and would seem to place it firm


  • About 800 evacuated from Fort Bragg building, officials say - ArmyTimes.com
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    ArmyTimes.com

    About 800 evacuated from Fort Bragg building, officials say
    ArmyTimes.com
    This story has been updated since it was originally published, and the number evacuated revised to 800. FORT BRAGG, N.C. "” Fort Bragg authorities were searching rooms Thursday in one of the largest buildings on the


  • Fort Bragg veteran 'Iron Mike' dead at 91 - WRAL.com
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    WRAL.com

    Fort Bragg veteran 'Iron Mike' dead at 91
    WRAL.com
    The general served in the military for 35 years, spending much of his career at Fort Bragg. When he retired in 1981, Maj. Gen. Healy was the nation's most senior Special Forces soldier. He was a veteran of wars in Korea and Vietnam, with his s


  • Iconic Fort Bragg veteran 'Iron Mike' dies at 91 - WTVD-TV
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    WTVD-TV

    Iconic Fort Bragg veteran 'Iron Mike' dies at 91
    WTVD-TV
    An icon of special operation and one of the army's most battle-tested officers has died at the age of 91. Major General Michael D. Healy died Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida, The Fayetteville Observer reports. The Major General, who ret


  • Clandestine Cold War unit honored at Fort Bragg - The Fayetteville Observer
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    The Fayetteville Observer

    Clandestine Cold War unit honored at Fort Bragg
    The Fayetteville Observer
    Not quite a year after the Berlin Wall was opened, soldiers of the U.S. Army Physical Security Support Element-Berlin left the city without any fanfare. The end of the wall, which had divided Berlin both


  • Fort Bragg-Mendocino Weekly Calendar of Events - Ft. Bragg Advocate-News
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    Fort Bragg-Mendocino Weekly Calendar of Events
    Ft. Bragg Advocate-News
    Coastal Development Permits: Thursday, April 26, 10 a.m., Fort Bragg Public Library. County Airport Land Use Commission: Thursday, April 19, 2 p.m., Administration Center, Ukiah. County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Cultu