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Fort Bragg, North Carolina is located in Cumberland County. Zip codes in Fort Bragg, NC include 28310, and 28307. The median home price in Fort Bragg is $259,900. More Fort Bragg information.

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Tuesday Jul 8 | Hispanic Business

Presolicitation Notice - D-- Provide Digital Asset Management System...

The Field Service Representative shall provide onsite system administration and operational support for registered DAMS users; train users on the overall use and functionality of the system and its components; perform system technology refresh updates; troubleshoot and resolve hardware or software interoperability issues; communicate with the ... (more)


Mon Jul 07, 2014

Rocky Mount Telegram

Decrease in troops would affect Eastern N.C.

The grimmest measure of war is the all-too-familiar casualty count - the numbers of brave men and women in our Armed Forces who sacrificed life and limb for their country.



SFC Jon Brown

SFC Jon Brown is a dedicated soldier, a loving husband, and an amazing father.He is the most selfless man, I've ever met.


Fri Jul 04, 2014

Free Republic

Blood residue from ancient tools reveals clues about past

Blood residue on spear points and other ancient stone tools made by American Indians thousands of years ago is providing scientists based at the Savannah River Site with... interesting information that indicates what animals those early people hunted and when huge Pleistocene creatures such as mammoths and mastodons might have ceased to exist...


The Orlando Sentinel

Dad worries he'll die before Army executes daughter's killer

The Winter Garden man, 71, has waited 26 years for the U.S. military to carry out a 1988 death sentence handed to Ronald Gray, the soldier who raped and murdered Kimberly Ann Bowman Ruggles, one of four killings the court-martialed Army specialist either admitted to or was convicted of committing.


Thu Jul 03, 2014


Citizens raise concerns at hearing about water rules

July 03 -- SANFORD -- With a muffled beat of bass and snare drums sounding from just outside, anti-fracking activists spent Tuesday evening voicing concerns to several state regulatory officials who had come to Sanford .


Wed Jul 02, 2014

American Legion Magazine

Vets plan 82nd Airborne Operation Power Pack 50th anniversary reunion

Some Operation Power Pack veterans in May 2014 at the 82nd Airborne Museum, in front of a C123 Aircraft From left to right: Gary Niethammer, Gib Lovell, Walt Rauscher, Jim Drainer, Bruce Harrell, John Urbach, Bob Hawkins, Fred Bolland, Ed Szalno and Ken Densmore The 50th anniversary ceremonies for 82nd Airborne veterans who served in Operation ... (more)



With strong N.C. military presence, Obama's contractor executive order will have large impact

Art Padilla and Howard Judd, representatives of the 82nd Airborne Division, speak with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers team members George Blackard, project engineer; Karl Gabzdyl, resident engineer; and Victor Smith, construction control representative, at a construction site at Fort Bragg, N.C. Photo Credit: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers CHARLOTTE, ... (more)


Tue Jul 01, 2014

Fort Bragg soldier dies from motorcycle accident injuries

Detours are in place, but Raleigh police recommend that drivers avoid the area. Sgt. Tyler Wayne Humphreys, 23, of Houston, was involved in an accident at the intersection of Elliot Bridge Road and Will Lucas Road near Spring Lake on Saturday.


Osprey Observer

Clapping Out For Cimino Elementary

We managed to feed them and now it's party time. I think I just handed out so much pizza to crazed fifth graders that I threw my back out.


Sun Jun 29, 2014


U.S. soldier suspected of murder in Panama likely to face military justice

A U.S. soldier suspected of murdering a Panamanian woman will "most likely" face charges in a military court in the United States, a U.S. military spokesman said on Sunday.


Sat Jun 28, 2014

Hardin named chief trial judge of Army Reserve

Although Col. Jim Hardin officially became chief trial judge of the United States Army Reserve on May 1, the command assumption ceremony was conducted June 8. The Change of Command ceremony was presided over by Col.


The Aiken Standard

Blood residue from ancient tools reveals clues about past

SUBMITTED PHOTO Bob Van Buren, a Savannah River Archeological Research Program volunteer, holds an Early Archaic point that was used in a residue study.


Fri Jun 27, 2014

Rocky Mount Telegram

Report suggests Fort Bragg could lose up to 16,000 jobs

Fort Bragg could lose 16,000 military and civilian jobs in the next six years under a new projection of the impact of the shrinking defense budget.


Stars and Stripes

The swift, quiet rise of Lt. Gen. Joseph Votel to SOCOM chief

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, left, exchanges greetings with U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Joseph L. Votel, the commander of Joint Special Operations Command, at Fort Bragg, N.C., April 23, 2014.


Thu Jun 26, 2014

Fort Bragg soldiers temporarily banned from troubled Fayetteville apartment complex

Soldiers are not allowed to enter new leases or renew existing leases at the complex.


Air Force Times

Museum immortalizes Medal of Honor recipient's ferocious bayonet charge

A new museum exhibit in North Carolina shows Army Medal of Honor recipient Cpl. Rodolfo Hernandez killing six enemy soldiers in Korea.


Right Wing News

Registered sex offender ran a day care center as a front for a child...

Authorities in North Carolina say a registered sex offender ran a home child care as a front for a child porn production operation.


Wed Jun 25, 2014


The Fall of the Green Berets' Lawrence of Afghanistan

Given the lackluster results of the U.S.-initiated wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, Americans might want a military officer willing to break the rules to accomplish something on the ground in such faraway places.


St. Petersburg Times

Lt. Gen. Joseph Votel nominated as next Special Operations Command chief at MacDill Air Force Base

Army Lt. Gen. Joseph Votel has been nominated to be promoted to general and serve as commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, headquartered at MacDill Air Force Base.



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