Fort Bragg

With over 55,000 military personnel, Fort Bragg is home to more service members than any other Army installation in the country. It’s also proud to be the home of the revered 82nd Airborne Division and the famed Golden Knights parachute team.

Iron Mike

This 15-foot statue is dedicated to the airborne trooper who is always watching, waiting, and alert. "Iron Mike," the post's most prominent symbol since 1961, was the creation of the wife of a former deputy post chaplain. His stance is that of an airborne soldier who has completed a combat jump.

JFK Special Warfare Museum

Established in 1963, this museum spotlights the proud history of the U.S. Army Special Operations and Special Forces units, also know as the Green Berets. It also contains many unique items from World War II, the Vietnam War and current operations.

Army's Army

The Army’s Army, headquartered in Cumberland County, is the world's only volunteer organization of citizens and businesses who've pledged their moral, physical and spiritual support to those in the military.

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Freedom’s Home

A visit to the communities of Cumberland County will make you proud to be an American. There’s a patriotic spirit running through Fayetteville, Spring Lake, Hope Mills and the other Cumberland County municipalities that unites everyone who lives here, as well as those just passing through. Here, we hold fast to the friendly feel of a true hometown, while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities. We are the nation’s first Military Sanctuary Community, and we’re proud of our military and its rich role in our nation’s history.

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"AMERICA'S FAVORITE FIGHTING FRENCHMAN" - MARQUIS DE LAFAYETTE IN FAYETTEVILLE




FAYETTEVILLE, NC – Fayetteville was the first U.S. city named for “America’s Favorite Fighting Frenchman,” (as Lafayette is recognized in the musical Hamilton)  and the only namesake city he visited. When Lafayette came back to America in 1824/25 he was welcomed in cities like New York, Philadelphia and Boston. Touched by a friend’s story of the first town in America named for him, Lafayette included Fayetteville on his tour.  Upon his March 4,...

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Massive Prayer Walk April 8th in Fayetteville (NC)


Fayetteville, NC - Thousands will come together on Saturday, April 8th for a silent prayer walk throughout the city of Fayetteville. This ecumenical gathering, AsONE Prayer Walk, will be comprised of people of varied ages, ethnicities, religious denominations and backgrounds gathering to unite in prayer as one body. 

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Building Q2812 Smith Lake Road
Fort Bragg