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Hearing airs sex crimes case against US general

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US Army prosecutors are charging a general with sex crimes against five women, including four military subordinates and a civilian. The first details of the charges filed in September emerged at a military justice hearing Monday for Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair at Fort Bragg. Full story...
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Hearing set for US general charged with sex crimes

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Fort Bragg officials will hold a preliminary hearing to determine if there's enough evidence for an Army general charged with sex crimes to face trial. Full story...
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Camp Lejeune Marines train at Fort Bragg

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Marines from Camp Lejeune have headed inland to train at Fort Bragg with the Army. The Fayetteville Observer reported the 10th Marine Regiment is training at Fort Bragg until Oct. 26. Full story...
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NC, Florida soldiers die in Afghanistan

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The Pentagon says soldiers from North Carolina and Florida have been killed in combat in Afghanistan. Full story...
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Fort Bragg general charged with adultery, other sex crimes

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US defense officials say an Army brigadier general has been charged with forcible sodomy, multiple counts of adultery and having inappropriate relationships with several female subordinates. Full story...
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Closing arguments coming soon in MacDonald hearing

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Closing arguments are coming in the court hearing that could determine whether Jeffrey MacDonald gets a new trial. Full story...
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Lawyer for MacDonald witness speaks at NC hearing

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On a Friday in August 1979, Helena Stoeckley testified that she wasn't involved in the murders of the pregnant wife and daughters of then-Army Capt. Jeffrey MacDonald and that she didn't know where she was more than nine years earlier. Full story...
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82nd CAB helicopters arrive at Port of Wilmington after yearlong deployment

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Don't be surprised if you see a few dozen military helicopters over the Port City the next couple of weeks. They're on their way home from Afghanistan. Full story...
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Witness' brother testifies in MacDonald hearing

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The brother of a deceased witness in the murders of the family of former Green Beret doctor Jeffrey MacDonald is testifying that his sister said she was in the MacDonald home the morning of the killings. Full story...
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MacDonald returns to court in 'Fatal Vision' case

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video It's arguably one of North Carolina’s biggest murder trials of all time. Monday it was put back in the spotlight several decades after Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two little girls. Full story...
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82nd Airborne to participate in naming ceremony

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Approximately 100 paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division who are currently serving and those who served in Vietnam are scheduled to participate in a ceremony that will rename a dining facility at Fort Bragg. Full story...
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NC Army base celebrates role of women in defense

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Fort Bragg is honoring the legacy of military women with a speech by an Army pioneer. Full story...
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Ryan speaks out against military cuts

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Republican Paul Ryan says Mitt Romney will prevent planned cuts to the US military if elected president. Full story...
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Sergeant sentenced to 3 months in prison, demotion

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A platoon sergeant from Texas has been sentenced to three months in prison and a one-rank demotion in the hazing-related suicide of a 19-year-old soldier in Afghanistan last year. Full story...
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Army sergeant convicted of maltreatment sentenced

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An Army sergeant found guilty of maltreatment and assault has been sentenced to 30 days in prison, demoted to specialist and forced to forfeit one month's pay for his role in the alleged racial hazing and suicide of Pvt. Danny Chen. Full story...
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