FORT BRAGG

Womack expands ophthalmology services

Story by Twana Atkinson on 04/01/2019 WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER, FORT BRAGG, N.C. Womack Army Medical Center's Ophthalmology Clinic has expanded their services to support a collaborative initiative that services the Fort Bragg beneficiary community. In November, the ophthalmology staff increased in order to combine resources with Fayetteville Veterans Affair
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AMC chief of staff retires with appreciation for his care of command

Story by MAJ Elizabeth Behring on 04/01/2019 REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. An avid outdoorsman growing up near his native Atlanta, a young Allan Elliott was an easygoing teen, a self-described "hippie" who had a different point of view, in stark contrast to many of his peers. But thinking outside the box
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COL Neil Khatod biography

Story by William King on 04/01/2019 Colonel Neil K. Khatod received his commission through the United States Military Academy at West Point where he graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor's degree in Spanish and French. He also has degrees from the University of Oklahoma with a Masters of Human Relatio
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"The Tenacity and Ferocity of the American Paratrooper"

Story by MAJ Thomas Cieslak on 03/31/2019 Paratroopers from the 82nd Airborne Division showcased their capabilities at in the skies and on the ground at Fort Bragg late in March. Paratroopers from the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division conducted Operation Panther Storm, a Joint Forcible Entry exercise, Friday,
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75 years after death, Identified WWII Soldier buried in hometown

Story by SPC Justin Stafford on 03/31/2019 TROY, Ind. Hundreds of people attended the memorial and funeral of a World War II Soldier in his hometown of Troy, Indiana on March 30, 2019. Most of them never met him. Pfc. Clifford M. Mills, a Soldier who fought with the 319th
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America's Sustainment Brigade "Fights Fast" at CPX-F

Story by Timothy Hale on 03/29/2019 The largest sustainment brigade across the active Army and reserve components spent the last two weeks working in a complex battlefield environment and improving their "Sustainment One Stop" processes during Command Post Exercise-Functional (CPX-F) at the Fort Bragg Mission Training Complex, March 11-April 4,
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Service Members Have a Chance to Tee Off with the Best in World Long Drive Competition

Story by Marisa Wolfe on 03/27/2019 DALLAS The World Long Drive competition is debuting a qualifying event for military members starting this month with the help of the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and Army Installation Command (IMCOM). Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard active-duty, Reserve
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Learning on the go

Acquisition Soldiers field forward-deployed SFAB tactical network modernization on the fly. by Amy Walker The Army is pushing full steam ahead with network modernization efforts that are making today's forces more mobile, expeditionary, simple and hardened. To inform rapid modernization, it is leveraging developmental operations (DevOps) constructs and other expedited
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Transporting lethality - New crane increases readiness

Story by SGT LaShawna Custom on 03/25/2019 Soldiers from 3rd Battalion, 4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, 108th Air Defense Artillery, Fort Bragg, N.C. conducted new equipment training on the latest A4 Guided Missile Transporter (GMT) that outfits the new Hydrauliska Industri AB cranes in preparation for deployment. Chief Warrant Officer
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Bragg to hold maternity fair

Story by Patricia Beal on 03/25/2019 WOMACK ARMY MEDICAL CENTER, FORT BRAGG, N.C. Pregnant women, parents of infants, and those planning on having a baby soon can learn more about having a baby at Womack Army Medical Center and about infant care during the Fort Bragg Maternity Fair April 13
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Women in Leadership- Tribute to Women's History Month

Story by MAJ Gary Loten-Beckford on 03/11/2019 FORT BRAGG, N.C. March is the opening season for spring. Spring denotes the closure of winter and March renders fresh ideas of rebirth, rejuvenation, renewal, resurrection and regrowth. As of March 1987 the U.S. Congress passed Public Law 100-9, thereby recognizing March a
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