Fayetteville/Fort Bragg/ Sandhills NC

VOL8 ISS2 2018

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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — FAYETTEVILLE | FORT BRAGG | SANDHILLS REGION VOLUME 8 — ISSUE 2 30 Exhibits begin with World War I and include displays on the First Special Service Force, the Office of Strategic Service, Detachment 101 in World War II, and the Korean conflict, as well as more recent conflicts of Operations Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. The museum is so impressive that is often used as part of Fort Bragg's recruitment program. The museum is one of the 64 U.S. Army museums in the country. The 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum brings the history of American heroes alive. The museum highlights conflicts from 1917, to the airborne battles of World War II, to the campaigns in Vietnam, Grenada, Panama, and the Person Gulf, to the present. Aircraft and other memorials are outside the museum. To learn more about past battles, visitors walk on the grounds of the base to Monroe's Crossroads Battlefield Site where a Confederate cavalry stormed a Union encampment in 1865. Convenience makes life easy for military families on base with retails stores, restaurants, entertainment, car services, restaurants and more. Families on base eat at Sports USA, McKellar's Lodge and the Smoke Bomb Grille. Snack bars are found at golf or bowling centers. Coffee cafés offer up a variety of caffeine choices for those who need a boost. Health care is among the best in the nation at Womack Army Medical Center. The center is upgrading the Department of Emergency Medicine with renovations expected to be complete in 2015-16. WAMC's Emergency Department is among the busiest in the federal government and in 2013 it treated more than 68,000 patients. The renovated Emergency Department will also serve as the reception station for wounded warriors returning from overseas after air evacuation. Students living on post in grades Pre-K through 8 have a total of 11 schools to attend. Students in grades 9 - 12 and those living off post attend local county schools in Cumberland and Harnett County. Child development centers provide for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. [] Get a bowl or plate when you purcahse a bowl or plate of equal or greater value. Limit one coupon per person, Fayetteville NC only. Not valid w any other offers or online ordering.Offer expires 3/30/19. Buy one bowl, get one free! 2804 Freedom Parkway Drive Freedom Town Center | 910-475-1895 | www.corelifeeatery.com/locations/fayetteville-nc-2 FORT BRAGG

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