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First Tee offers golf, life lessons
The program is free for military children.
More than 25 years of All American Week
Fort Bragg's red, white and blue bash wouldn't be the same without its traditions and a long history of notable guests.
The chefs of All American Week
All American Week, May 20-26, is about competition, camaraderie - and food.
Book Picks: Soldiers First: Duty, Honor, Country, and Football at West Point
A couple of years ago, sportswriter Joe Drape and his 5-year-old were watching the start of the Army-Notre Dame football game on television.
Power player: Dr. Elizabeth Snyder, cultural anthropologist
What does a doctorate in German cultural studies have to do with Fort Bragg? Even Elizabeth Snyder didn't see the connection. At first.
Power player: Sonny Kelly of Fayetteville Urban Ministry
Before Sonny Kelly led Fayetteville Urban Ministry programs that benefited military dependents and veterans, he was an Air Force captain who specialized in military intelligence.
Veterans of the Road at the Pinehurst Concours d'Elegance
In French, a Concours d'Elegance is translated literally as "a competition of elegance." In this case, the Gatsby-like lineup of sterling automobiles has been loosely described as paintings with traction.
Running to Remember: The Wear Blue campaign honors fallen service members
"Staff Sgt. William R. Wesley. Staff Sgt. Nicholas J. Read. Spc. Tyler J. Orgaard." One by one, the soldiers' names are read aloud in a circle of people clad in blue running gear, heads bowed.
Footprints in the Sandhills: Retired Col. Ronald Rabin, N.C. senator
Ron Rabin was on the Demilitarized Zone in Korea when he came across a description of Special Forces he still quotes from memory: "Develop, organize, equip, train and direct indigenous personnel in the conduct of guerrilla warfare, sir."
Strides and struggles of women in uniform
Three weeks after the armored vehicle she was driving was hit by a suicide bomber and fell about 20 feet off a bridge in Afghanistan, Pfc. Serena Wrobel asked to return to work.
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