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    Cumberland County, NC 28308
 
 
 
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  • John Chapman To Be First Airman Since Vietnam To Receive Medal ... - Task & Purpose
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    Task & Purpose

    John Chapman To Be First Airman Since Vietnam To Receive Medal ...
    Task & Purpose
    Killed in Afghanistan in 2002, John Chapman will be the first Air Force service-member to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War, T&P confirmed.

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  • This Air Force combat controller died alone while fighting insurgents on a mountaintop in Afghanistan β€” now he's ... - Business Insider
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    Business Insider

    This Air Force combat controller died alone while fighting insurgents on a mountaintop in Afghanistan "” now he's ...
    Business Insider
    "Their motto, 'First There,' reaffirms the combat controller's commitment to undertaking the most dangerous missions behind enemy lines by leading the


  • ARCHIVES: Military and Fort Bragg pre-1960s - The Fayetteville Observer
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    The Fayetteville Observer

    ARCHIVES: Military and Fort Bragg pre-1960s
    The Fayetteville Observer
    Photo of Army Pfc. Higgenbotham as he posed with a vintage aircraft at Ft. Bragg's Pope Field which later became know as Pope Air Force Base. J. T. Jackson submitted this 1943 photo. [13/28]. The first three


  • Sampsonians earn art awards - Sampson Independent
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    Sampson Independent

    Sampsonians earn art awards
    Sampson Independent
    The opening of the Senior Games was held earlier this week at Hercules Fitness Center on Pope Air Force Base. Three winners from Sampson County in the Visual Arts Category were: Lila D. Maxwell, first place for drawing; Joan Carr, seco


  • FT. BRAGG STORIES: 'The Fireball Went Over' - WUNC
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    WUNC

    FT. BRAGG STORIES: 'The Fireball Went Over'
    WUNC
    That afternoon he stood on Green Ramp waiting to make his first official jump with the 82nd Airborne. Ft. Bragg Stories logo. He never got the chance. Instead, he lived through the Green Ramp disaster, one of the U.S. military's worst peacetime ...


  • First All-Female C-130 Crew to Fly in Combat Looks Back on Mission - Military.com
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    Military.com

    First All-Female C-130 Crew to Fly in Combat Looks Back on Mission
    Military.com
    In order to get there, we have to stand out to show the rest of the world what we are capable of." The crew included Mitchell; 1st Lt. Siobhan Couturier, pilot; Capt. Anita T. Mack, navigator; Staff Sgt. Josie


  • First all-female C-130 crew in combat focuses on flying not gender - 62nd Airlift Wing
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    62nd Airlift Wing

    First all-female C-130 crew in combat focuses on flying not gender
    62nd Airlift Wing
    The crew members were all deployed from the 43rd Airlift Wing at Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina and flew the mission on a Vietnam-era 1962 C-130. Throughout the deployment, their missions include


  • Senior Games right around the corner - Sampson Independent
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    Sampson Independent

    Senior Games right around the corner
    Sampson Independent
    Folks in reader-land, don't forget about our North Carolina Senior Games that begin on April 11. Opening ceremonies will be at Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville this year. Come watch all of our seniors participate in the gam


  • Fort Bragg Stories: returning to skies after Green Ramp Disaster - The Fayetteville Observer
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    The Fayetteville Observer

    Fort Bragg Stories: returning to skies after Green Ramp Disaster
    The Fayetteville Observer
    Richard Clapp was waiting to make his first official jump with the 82nd Airborne Division when his life changed forever, on March 23, 1994. Richard Clapp was waiting to make his first of


  • The warrior within: Strong will fuels female Soldier toward new path (part 1) - United States Army (press release)
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    United States Army (press release)

    The warrior within: Strong will fuels female Soldier toward new path (part 1)
    United States Army (press release)
    On a late June night in 2007, Bottorff flew out of Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, for a 14-month deployment to southern Iraq, during the deadliest pe