|  Share | Cite

Fort Bragg

Fort Bragg, U.S. army base, 11,136 acres (4,507 hectares), E N.C., N of Fayetteville; est. 1918. Originally an artillery post, it is now the principal U.S. army airborne-training center and the site of the Special Warfare School. Pope Air Force Base is located within the reservation.

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

More on Fort Bragg from Infoplease:

  • Fort Bragg: meaning and definitions - Fort Bragg: Definition and Pronunciation
  • Julianne Moore - Biography of Julianne Moore, Redheaded star of The Hours and Far From Heaven
  • Clay Westfall Mering - Biography of Clay Westfall Mering, In December 2007, Clay Mering established a $25,000 endowment fund to the Black Studies Program at the University of Missouri to support the…
  • Harold John DAUB, Jr. - Harold John DAUB, Jr. (1941-Â ) DAUB, Harold John, Jr., (Hal), a Representative from ...
  • Fayetteville - Fayetteville Fayetteville . 1. City (1990 pop. 42,099), seat of Washington co., NW Ark., in the ...

See more Encyclopedia articles on: Miscellaneous U.S. Geography