2 hrs ago
Fayetteville highway loop will help improve Bragg security
Construction crews are now working on a section of what will eventually be Interstate 295 between Bragg Boulevard and Murchison Road.
6 hrs ago
Drescher: "Fatal Vision" case lives for MacDonald friend
Allen Rogers of Raleigh considers Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald a friend. After Rogers read last Saturday that MacDonald's murder conviction had been upheld again, Rogers set aside his newspaper and thought for a while.
10 hrs ago
Fort Bragg soldier accused of murder in Army specialist's death
Spc. Justin Moore, 20, also a Fort Bragg soldier, was killed in the parking lot of his home at Lake in the Pines Apartments on Tamarack Drive around 11:45 a.m. Spc.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
The News Tribune
Army "VIP culture" led to parachute accident that killed former JBLM officer
A former Joint Base Lewis-McChord officer who died in a September accident was not ready to jump with a new kind of parachute when he attempted his first airborne drill in four years, according to an Army investigation obtained by The News Tribune.
Man killed in Fayetteville was Fort Bragg soldier
Fayetteville police say the man shot and killed in the parking lot of an apartment complex was a Fort Bragg soldier.
Fatal shooting victim in Fayetteville identified as Fort Bragg soldier
Fayetteville Police said 21-year-old Justin Moore, a soldier based at Fort Bragg, was shot in the parking lot at the Lake in the Pines apartment complex, ABC11 reports.
Welcome home daddy
This is video of my husband picking up our oldest son from school after a 5 month deployment.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Richmond County Daily Journal
Bill would rename VA clinic for Ed O'Neal6:46 pm
Ed O'Neal's name could be added to Richmond County's VA clinic as a permanent tribute to the veterans' advocate and retired Army command sergeant major.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Fort Bragg soldier dies in pedestrian accident
Fayetteville police say a Fort Bragg soldier is dead after he was struck by a vehicle as he tried to cross a local street.
The Mountaineer Publishing Company
John C. Robbins Jr.
Lt. Col. John Clinton Robbins Jr., U.S. Army ret., 82nd Airborne, passed away at his home June 26, 2014, after two years of failing health.
Jacksonville Daily News
AG Cooper wins $6.8 million settlement for NC servicemembers in electronics retail scam
More than 1,300 North Carolina military servicemembers who got caught by a scheme to finance purchases of overpriced electronics will have their debts forgiven and their credit cleared, Attorney General Roy Cooper announced today.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Ending the endless MacDonald case
Has senior federal District Court Judge James Fox penned the final chapter in the long-running saga of the Jeffrey MacDonald story? The case has prompted many observers to collect boxes of clippings, books and photographs, becoming amateur sleuths who can't stem their fascination with the 1970 murders of pregnant Colette MacDonald and her two young ... (more)
Burglary, attack on soldier sets Fayetteville neighborhood on edge
Capt. Patrick Knight, 26, went to 523 Vista Drive Friday evening to collect personal belongings from the home, which is under construction after a recent fire.
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Military sexual assault proceedings: Enlisted hammered, officers not so much
As the guilty finding of an Army General makes the headlines, the subsequent sentencing further illustrates the vast difference between punishments meted out to the enlisted men, and those awarded to the college educated officers.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
KDLT-TV Sioux Falls
SF Boy Helps Reunite Troops, Dogs
A Sioux Falls boy has completed his international mission. That mission was to reunite his pen pal troops with the two puppies they rescued while serving in Afghanistan.
Returning Guard members, families treated to picnic
The soldiers have just returned from two weeks of training that began July 12 at various locations across Eastern North Carolina, according to the company's commander, 1st Lt.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Stars and Stripes
Internal Army investigation questions explosives accountability measures
A single, fraudulent document was likely what allowed a large cache of military explosives to go missing from the 7th Special Forces Group, according to an internal Army report.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Call it a miracle, call it coincidence -- whatever you call it, it's an amazing story.
The Charlotte Observer
Rescued Afghanistan puppies reunited with Fort Bragg soldier
Blitz, a mixed breed dog from Afghanistan, is reunited in Fuquay-Varina with one of the Special Forces soldiers from Fort Bragg who took care of the dog and his brother, Rommel, in Afghanistan.