Soldiers use military training to save civilian
Two U.S. Army Security Assistance Training Management Organization Soldiers were awarded Joint Service Commendation Medals at the U.S. Embassy in Clayton, Panama, Oct. 23 for saving the life of a local taxi driver, July 29
First team mascot fit for ‘People’ magazine, Army service
Basking in the golden sun, the young Army private rips up the green grass covered in morning dew. He chews on the grass for a few moments before going back for more. He rips and tears at the grass for almost an hour before being called back to traini...
Golden Knights set new world records
Members of the U.S. Army Parachute Team (Golden Knights) established new world records while participating in three different skydiving events around the world, between Oct. 7 through 28.
Black Knights hold training exercise
CAMP MACKALL, N.C. — Checkmating the king in a strategic game of chess may be fun and games but for future Psychological Operations Soldiers, it is more than just a game. It is about gaining strategic advantages and achieving U.S. national objectives...
Womack celebrates retirees
On Saturday, 912 retired service members and their Families came to Womack Army Medical Center for Retiree Appreciation Day.
Attention hunters Know off-limits areas on post
Hunting season is in full swing at Fort Bragg. This sport can be an exciting event for those who participate. However, there are also things that everyone needs to be aware of to ensure the safety of the community.
Unit holds end-of-tour awards ceremony
More than 1,000 paratroopers assigned to the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division were honored with military awards and decorations during a ceremony at Fort Bragg, Oct. 23.
Fort Bragg raises awareness for disabilities
Fort Bragg’s Equal Employment Opportunity office works to maintain workforce diversity and to ensure that employees are able to function in an environment free of discrimination. In recognition of October as National Disability Employment Awareness M...
Sustainers uncase colors at Fort Bragg
The 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command made its official move from Fort Knox, Kentucky, to Fort Bragg with an uncasing ceremony, Oct. 16, at the Main Post Parade Field.
Changes coming to TRICARE pharmacy benefit
Starting Oct. 1, a new law requires all TRICARE beneficiaries, except active-duty servicemembers, get select brand name maintenance drugs through either TRICARE Pharmacy Home Delivery or from a military pharmacy. Beneficiaries who keep using a retail...
Fort Bragg Soldier scores 429 on physical fitness test
What does it take to get the highest known Army Physical Fitness Test score in the Army? For Spc. Peter Rivera, a Soldier assigned to the 6th Military Information Support Battalion (Airborne), it takes a belief in God, faith and personal courage
Working together toward a common goal
The 82nd Airborne Division is no stranger to the concept of working with other services and countries. The 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade partnered with joint terminal attack controllers from the U.S. Air Force for an aerial gunnery exercise to refine ...
Paratroopers ensure Global Response Force is always ready to go
When paratroopers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team conducted a global response force training exercise Aug. 20 at Fort Bragg, paratroopers assigned to the 82nd Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Brigade...
Fort Bragg celebrates Women’s Equality Day
Team Bragg members celebrated Women’s Equality Day Aug. 26 with a combined yoga exercise at the Polo Field and an observance at the Conference and Catering Center hosted by the 43rd Airlift Group and Team Bragg’s Equal Opportunity Office.
A bittersweet farewell
On a warm morning of Aug. 25, Soldiers of the 22nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment, the 10th Press Camp Headquarters and other public affairs units on Fort Bragg, gathered in the 10th PCH courtyard to say farewell to the former commander of the 22nd...
NATO airborne forces train in Europe
MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU, Romania — Paratroopers from the U.S. Army, Italy and Spain conducted a parachute assault into Smardan Training Area, Romania Aug. 26 and trained with Romanian soldiers there. Lt. Gen. Stephen J. Townsend, XVIII Airborne Corps co...
Division artillery focused on mission
The 82nd Airborne Division Artillery mission was to deploy anywhere worldwide within 18 hours of notice in order to plan, coordinate and execute lethal and non-lethal fires in support of 82nd Airborne Division and other selected maneuver units. It wa...
1st TSC commander holds first town hall
Just over a week after taking command and only hours before boarding a plane to Kuwait, Maj. Gen. Paul C. Hurley Jr., commanding general, 1st Sustainment Command (Theater), hosted his first town hall meeting at the Main Post Theater
1st TSC says goodbye welcome back
It was a bittersweet week for 1st Sustainment Command (Theater) as they bid farewell to deploying Soldiers but also welcomed home returning team members.
Rigging Fort Bragg
A red, Paul Bunyan-sized baseball cap marks the entrance into rigger territory, or more specifically, Pack Platoon, 11th Quartermaster Company, 189th Combat Support Sustainment Battalion, 82nd Airborne Division Sustainment Brigade
Volunteers recognized at ceremony
The Iron Mike Awards were created by senior spouses in 2001 as an elite award to recognize volunteers who go above and beyond their volunteer duties, said Alice Stephens, Army Community Service, Army Volunteer Corps coordinator
Hobby sharpens paratrooper’s infantry skills
Many paratroopers pursue hobbies that enrich their lives when they’re off duty. For some, it may be as simple as dropping a fishing line in the water and waiting for a bite; for others, it may be working with wood or spending quality Family time at h...
Back to basics Soldiers conduct range training
With the sun on their backs and sweat running down their faces, paratroopers of the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade came together to conduct a consolidated "range rodeo" following their recent return from Afghanistan.
Think Type Post Understanding Online Conduct Standards
Social media has given everyone who has access to it the ability to spout off their opinions, sometimes without thinking of the consequences. Some folks purposely post inappropriate and harmful messages for shock value. This includes passing on somet...
First line of defense
The Directorate of Emergency Services graduated 28 Soldiers from the Fort Bragg Installation Access Control Point Operations Course on July 24, in the Sullivan Room of the Fort Bragg Provost Marshal Office.
Suicide prevention and intervention
In an effort to make leaders and Soldiers more efficient first responders to a Soldier who is expressing the intent to commit suicide, the Army Suicide Prevention Program has put in place several programs to ensure that a Soldier’s suicidal expressio...