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Fort Bragg paratrooper dies in training accident in Georgia

Officials for a North Carolina army base confirm that a paratrooper has died in a training accident in Georgia.

Shot in Afghanistan, Fort Bragg soldier gets Purple Heart

A paratrooper who is based at Fort Bragg in North Carolina has received a Purple Heart.

Fort Bragg paratrooper dies in Syria after ATV overturns

A paratrooper based at Fort Bragg in North Carolina has died after his vehicle rolled over in the country of Syria.

Mystery deepens in case of Bragg soldier whose body was found at OBX

The mystery is deepening in the case of a Fort Bragg soldier whose dismembered body was found after he went on a camping trip in North Carolina.

Trump defends keeping Fort Bragg name amid calls to rename bases named after Confederate leaders

President Donald Trump defended the name of Fort Bragg amid calls to remove relations to Confederate general on U.S. military bases.

For 1st time, female soldier set to join a Green Beret team

A female soldier has graduated from the Army’s elite Special Forces course and will for the first time join one of the all-male Green Beret teams.

Army quarantines 90 soldiers with coronavirus at Fort Bragg

The US Army has quarantined 90 soldiers and instructors who tested positive for the coronavirus during a survival course at Fort Bragg.

Trump: I’ll veto defense bill to keep Confederate base names

President Donald Trump is vowing to veto a massive defense bill to keep military bases such as Fort Bragg named after Confederate officers.

Trump: No change at bases named for Confederate officers

President Donald Trump says he is ruling out changing the name of Army bases named for Confederate Army officers.

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