Pentagon announces US troop deployment to Iraq
About 1,000 soldiers going to Iraq will be from the Third Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division based at Fort Bragg, NC.
North Carolina Native Anthony Hamilton Joins the USO in Honoring Fort Bragg Community and Creating Moments That Matter ...
Singer/Songwriter reflects on his military ties, thanks troops and their families for their everyday sacrifices and performs his first-ever USO holiday concert (PRWeb December 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12411648.htm
Today in NC History: Dec. 23
In 1848, the General Assembly approved the creation of a mental hospital in North Carolina. The approval was the result of lobbying by Dorothea Dix, who the hospital was named after.
More woodpecker habitat conserved in NC
Another 1,200 acres is being set aside in southeastern North Carolina to provide habitat for the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker. Click to Continue »
Woman's son finds Nazi ring in toy vending machine
Leona Kelley said she's always given her son a quarter to buy something from the vending machine when they go shopping. Now she's thinking twice.
Thousands of toys given to kids of NC military families
Christmas came early for hundreds of children of military families Friday morning in Cary.
Soldier from Geneseo killed in NC
Fort Bragg, N.C. - A soldier from Geneseo stationed at Fort Bragg died Sunday in a one-vehicle crash, officials announced Tuesday. Spc. Nethaniel H. Wolfson, 22, was a signal systems support specialist. Details about the crash were not released. ...
Fort Bragg soldier killed in NC wreck
A soldier from New York has died in a wreck in North Carolina.
NY soldier killed in NC wreck
FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) ? A soldier from New York has died in a wreck in North Carolina. Officials with Fort Bragg said in a statement Tuesday that 22-year-old Spc. Nethaniel H. Wolfson of Geneseo, New York, died in the single-car wreck.
Brutal ISIS leader built street cred at US prison, American official says
ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi was allowed to roam freely in Camp Bucca, a former inmate said.