Fort Bragg Cancels July 4th Passes, Implements Mandatory 'Self-Awareness' Training
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Following the highly public July 2nd arrest of a Fort Bragg soldier, base officials have canceled Fourth of July passes and festivities in favor of mandatory “Self-Awareness” training and updated safety briefs.
In a statement issued this morning, Fort Bragg Spokesman Tim McCall wrote, "It has become apparent to the Base Commander that some of our soldiers lack critical, basic self-awareness, a skill which benefits both the individual, and the Army as a whole. Because 'Not Looking like the Headquarters for Asshole Division' is a top priority for Fort Bragg this year, it has been decided that the best way to teach soldiers how to use their freedom, is by taking it away."
On July 2nd, Fort Bragg Sgt. Bryan Scott Wolfinger, 25, was arrested at the Cross Creek Mall in Fayetteville, N.C., when police responded to calls about an armed man wearing a plate carrier entering Macy's. He was apprehended without incident, and it was later revealed he was simply there to have a se…
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