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Investigators look into two bodies found on Fort Bragg

Army investigators are trying to find out details in the deaths of two men whose bodies were found at Fort Bragg.

Flags ordered to fly at half-staff in honor of Army soldier

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered all U.S. and state flags lowered to half-staff in honor of a North Carolina-based soldier killed in a helicopter crash in Egypt.

Fort Bragg temporarily deletes Twitter account after administrator posted lewd messages

Earlier in the day, the account could be seen tweeting a number of lewd messages to another Twitter user.

200 soldiers moved after mold found in Fort Bragg barracks

Officials for North Carolina’s Fort Bragg say that about 200 soldiers have been moved from their barracks after an anonymous complaint revealed mold in some housing units.

Military suicides up as much as 20% during pandemic

Within the ranks of the storied 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 10 soldiers have taken their own lives so far this year.

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.

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