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Fort Bragg

Review of Bragg's Warrior Transition Battalion due

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The 18th Airborne chief of staff will present the findings of an inspection of the Warrior Transition Battalion, which soldiers and spouses have said wrongly accuse troops of faking illness or injury to prevent them from getting full military benefits. Full story...
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Soldier's family speaks out about shooting

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The parents of a staff sergeant at Fort Bragg facing more than a dozen counts of attempted first-degree murder say their son thought he was shooting at Afghan insurgents when he fired on police and firefighters earlier this year. Full story...
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Fire that killed soldier, girls ruled accidental

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An unattended charcoal grill may have ignited the early morning fire that killed a decorated Green Beret and his young daughters. Full story...
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Funeral scheduled for Bragg soldier, daughters

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A funeral will be held later this week for a Fort Bragg soldier and his two daughters who died in a house fire. Full story...
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Charity takes donations for NC Green Beret family

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The Army's Special Forces Command is releasing more information about the Green Beret who died trying to save his two daughters from their burning North Carolina home. Full story...
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Special Forces soldier dies trying to save kids

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A Special Forces soldier who recently returned from Afghanistan and his two young daughters are dead after he tried to rescue them from their burning home near a North Carolina military post. Full story...
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Fort Bragg commander approves Hennis conviction, death sentence

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Fort Bragg's acting commander has approved the conviction and death sentence imposed on Timothy Hennis after a court-martial in April 2010. Hennis, a former Fort Bragg soldier, was convicted of killing a woman and two of her daughters in Fayetteville in 1985. Full story...
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Pentagon: 2 North Carolina units to Afghanistan

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The Department of Defense says more than 6,000 soldiers with units at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Stewart in Georgia are heading to Afghanistan in the spring. Full story...
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Soldier accused of having C4 in luggage out on bond

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A soldier accused of trying to bring powerful explosives on a flight from Texas to North Carolina has been freed on bond. Full story...
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Fort Bragg losing about 430 civilian positions

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Fort Bragg is losing about 430 civilian positions because of federal budget cuts. Full story...
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