Fort Bragg Cancels July 4th Passes…

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."

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