a military reservation and U.S. Army training center in S central North Carolina NW of Fayetteville.
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How to use Fort Bragg in a sentence
After a nine-month deployment to Iraq in 2010, he attended Special Forces assessment and selection in 2013 at Fort Bragg.‘Was This All Worth It?’ Grieving the Death of One of the Last U.S. Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan | W.J. Hennigan | September 2, 2021 | Time
Bryan, Michelle, and their sons outside their home in Fayetteville near Fort Bragg, where Bryan was beginning the SF Q Course.
Some units have just around 30 percent acceptance rate, and Fort Bragg, the largest military base in the US, is at around 60 percent.COVID-19 is shortening US life expectancy—especially for people of color | Sara Kiley Watson | February 18, 2021 | Popular-Science
It has since moved to a paid model and is currently working with about 100 cities, from Fort Bragg, California, to Chattanooga, Tennessee.
From Fort Bragg to Camp Pendleton, there is a shared experience on a scale that exists almost nowhere else in America.
Back at Fort Bragg, I asked a Special Forces Master Sergeant if he was glad he went to Haiti.
Still more celebs: Hank Williams, Jr., headlined for John McCain in Fayetteville ( nee Fort Bragg) Tuesday afternoon.My Front Row Seat in the Nation's Strangest Swing State | Jim Neal | October 30, 2008 | THE DAILY BEAST
These are all stated to be north of the selected site, Fort Bragg, with the most remote tribe 35 miles away.
All these groups are clearly stated by Heintzelman to lie north of Fort Bragg.
Covelo is almost exactly 40 airline miles northeast of Fort Bragg.
This would bring him just about 30 or 40 miles above Fort Bragg.