Ft. Bragg Stories
WUNC wants to hear your stories about Ft. Bragg’s first 100 years. We’re gathering first-person accounts of life on and around the post – from the World Wars to the 21st century.

We’ve partnered with The Fayetteville Observer (http://www.fayobserver.com/) and WUNC’s American Homefront Project (http://americanhomefront.wunc.org/), a national initiative that reports on military and veterans issues for public radio. We’re collecting your stories now. We’ll broadcast and publish them on WUNC, in the Fayetteville Observer, and online.

We’ll also host a storytelling session Saturday, Nov. 4 the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville. The free public event will feature a curated hour of your stories, as told by veterans, active duty service members, and other people in the Ft. Bragg community. It will begin just after the Fayetteville Veterans Day Parade.

Have a story to share? Get started by filling out this form.

You can also contact us via email at: fortbraggstories@wunc.org

Submitting this form provides your consent to broadcast and present this story on public radio, in The Fayetteville Observer, and through related web sites and social media.

If you prefer to answer without logging in with a Google account, please visit http://bit.ly/ft_bragg_stories. (You won’t be able to upload pictures or other documents, but you can still tell your story. If you have a file you’d still like to share with us, you can email it to fortbraggstories@wunc.org .)

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