Unofficial information on Ft. Bragg's Special Reaction Team plus links to other military related sites.
Unofficial information on 7th Special Forces Group , including flash and insignia, history, and area of responsibility.
The 82nd Airborne Division Association is a non-profit association open to all who have served in the 82nd Airborne Division or any of the uniformed services on either jump or glider status (honorably discharged), plus active-duty military currently on jump status.
Fort Bragg museum profiling the development of the airborne forces from 1940 until present day and using artifacts from the airborne division.
News and events, details about exhibitions and programs, roll call database, and giftshop.
A Major Army Command (MACOM) and the Army's Reinvention Center. Links to FORSCOM resources, forts and units. Information on deployments, business opportunities and jobs.
North Carolina chapter of the national Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA), a private, non-profit educational organization representing all Army - Active, National Guard, Reserve, Civilians, Retirees and family members. Includes roster of corporate and individual members, events calendar, by-laws, and membership information.
Details of men's and women's rugby schedule, news, events, forum, videos, photos, and contacts.
Offers homes and rentals. Find application.
Composed of ten schools, serving grades pre-K thru 9. Information included on each school, plus the district calendar, policies, curriculum, menus, and employment.
U.S. Army military installation home to the XVIII Airborne Corps, 82nd Airborne Division, U.S. Army Special Operations Command, and 1st Sustainment Command (Theater). Future home of U.S. Forces Command.
Details on the ASYMCA programs and services that support Fort Bragg soldiers and their families, including child care and camps, calendar, events, and an online store.
Presents morale, welfare, and recreation information for soldiers and their families, including Army Community Services (ACS), Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers (BOSS), Child and Youth Services (CYS).
Online version of Fort Bragg's official newspaper, featuring post news, sports, and classified ads.
Privatized apartment community located on Fort Bragg for single and unaccompanied senior Non-Commissioned Officers (NCOs), ranks E6 and above, as well as Officers.
Information on Special Forces Association (SFA) Chapter 100, a growing SFA chapter based out of both Qandahar, Afghanistan and Fort Bragg, NC.
Membership information, newsletter, and contact details for the First Special Forces Regiment Chapter. the Voice of Smoke Bomb Hill.
The JFK Special Warfare Museum is the regimental museum for the U.S. Army Special Forces, Civil Affairs, and Military Information Support Operations (MISO) branches. Includes museum hours and location, association membership information, and an online store.
Patient, visitor, career, and volunteer information for this U.S. military regional health care complex consisting of an in-patient tower, specialty clinics, and a Warrior Transition Battalion.
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