Fort Bragg

Special Forces Brotherhood Motorcycle Club's Fort Bragg chapter (Wong/BNN)

Special Forces Members Honor Their Fallen Brothers on Memorial Day

“All ages, all races — the only requirement to be in this group is you have to have served or still serve as an active duty Special Forces soldier. If you haven’t done that, then you can’t do this. You can’t be in this club,” he said.

Message in a bottle (Sergio Aguirre / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Message in a Bottle Arrives 28 Years Later

A little boy and his mother discovered a 28-year-old message in a New York Seltzer bottle along a beach in Fort Bragg, California on New Years Eve. Now, Heather Baird and her son Ryder Goggin, 5, are searching for the person who wrote that message.

US Military Conducts Paratrooper Drop During Exercise Talisman Sabre

US Army Scraps Jade Helm ’15 Paratrooper Drop over Texas

Citing aircraft safety concerns, the U.S. Army cancelled a massive airdrop that served as a major component of the Jade Helm ’15 operation. Five Air Force C-17 Globemasters loaded for war, with more than 500 veteran paratroopers from the legendary 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, looked to unload their human cargo over Texas.

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CA Bill Could Strip All Confederate Names, Including Fort Bragg

In the wake of the anti-Confederate hysteria that swept the country following the heinous June 17 attack on a black church in Charleston that killed 9, California state senator Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) has put forward a bill to ban the use of Confederate names for “schools, buildings and other public facilities.”