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United States Army
Soldier Support Center
Building 4-2843 Normandy Street
Fort Bragg, NC 28310
Fayetteville Metro Area's cost of living is 8.2% higher than the U.S. average.
Effective immediately, all individuals on military installations, as defined below, and all individuals performing official duties on behalf of the Department from any location other than the individual's home, including outdoor shared spaces, will wear masks in accordance the most current CDC guidelines. Individuals must wear masks continuously while on the installations except:
1. When an individual is alone in an office with floor-to-ceiling walls with a closed door;
2. For brief periods of time when eating and drinking while maintaining distancing in accordance with CDC guidelines and instructions from commanders and supervisors.
3. When the mask is required to be lowered briefly for identification or security purposes.
4. When necessary to reasonably accommodate an individual with a disability.
Individuals must consistently wear a mask that covers the nose and mouth and that comports with all current guidance from the CDC and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Locations where masks must be worn include any common areas or shared workspaces (including open floorplan office spaces, cubicle embankment s, and conference rooms) and in outdoor shares spaces. Masks recommended by the CDC include non-medical disposable masks, masks made with breathable fabric (such as cotton), masks made with tightly woven fabric (i.e., fabrics that do not let light pass through when held up to a light source), masks with two or three layers, and masks with inner filter pockets. Novelty or non-protective masks, masks with ventilation valves, or face shields are not authorized as a substitute for masks. Masks must fit properly (i.e., snugly around the nose and chin with no large gaps around the sides of the face).
Defense Service Network (DSN) Dialing Instructions
The DSN is the provider of long-distance communications service for the Department of Defense (DoD). Every installation has a special DSN number and the numbers vary by world-wide location. In order to place a call using DSN, the caller must be using a military phone on an installation. Cell phones cannot dial DSN numbers. When dialing a DSN number from a United States installation to another United States installation, it is unnecessary to dial the DSN 312 area code. When dialing a DSN number to/from overseas locations, the DSN area code must be included.
Our mission is to maintain America's Contingency Corps as a strategic crisis response force manned and trained to deploy rapidly by air, sea, and land anywhere in the world, in order to fight upon arrival and win. It is known as the Home of the Airborne and Special Operation Force. Fort Bragg houses the XVIII Airborne Corps and the 82nd Airborne Division, the U.S. Army Special Operations Command, and the U.S. Army Parachute Team (the Golden Knights). Fort Bragg units also include the Corps Support Command, 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, 16th Military Police Brigade, 20th Engineer Brigade, 108th ADA Brigade, 44th Medical Command, 18th Fires Brigade and more.
Fort Bragg is the home of the Airborne. For more than half a century, Fort Bragg has had a proud heritage as the Home of the Nation's finest fighting forces. Originally activated in June 1942 at Camp Polk, LA, the XVIII Airborne Corps was known as the II Armored Corps. It was redesignated XVIII Corps in October 1943, at the Presidio of Monterey, California. The Corp's birthday is August 25, 1944, the same day the XVIII Airborne Corps assumed command of the 82d and 101st Airborne Divisions. For more information, visit the Fort Bragg homepage.
Fayetteville Metro Area: 349,000
Fort Bragg is the largest US Army base by population, serving a population of 545,926 active duty Soldiers, 13,493 Reserve Components and Temporary Duty students, 14,036 civilian employees, 6,054 Contractors, and 69,808 active duty family members. There are 121,494 Army retirees and family members in the area.
Fort Bragg is located just west of Fayetteville, North Carolina. Known throughout its history for its cultural diversity and military presence, today the Fayetteville area stands testament to its proud past. Fayetteville is a "Community of History, Heroes, and a Hometown Feeling." The post operator's phone number is 910-396-8682 / 396-8683, or DSN 312-236-8682 /312-236-8683. Call from overseas using DSN - 312-236-8682 / 312-236-8683.
Fayetteville Regional Airport
Fayetteville Regional Airport is the Sandhills' leader in airline service, general aviation, and rental car services. The airport offers frequent daily service to three airline hub airports, each with hundreds of destinations around the world: Delta with service to Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport and American Airlines service to Charlotte Douglas International Airport. To contact the Fayetteville airport, call 910-433-1160.
Upon your arrival at Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY), you will need to arrange for transportation. Family members without sponsors (Soldier) may take advantage of the local Taxi Services (Checker Yellow Cab, 910-488-5555, which are safe, secure and on location unti11:30 pm daily. Soldiers PCSing to Fort Bragg can request transportation through the Fort Bragg Replacement Company but it may be more convenient to use local taxi service. Soldiers will need to call 910-396-4244 to be picked up. The Army Community Service (ACS) Outreach Coordinator is on sight to assist you from M-F, 10:00 am-7:00pm, 910-764-0123.
If arriving by commercial airline, the Fayetteville Regional Airport is located approximately 12 miles from Fort Bragg. From the airport terminal to Hwy 301 it is about 1.5 miles. Turn right on Hwy 301 and follow the intersection of OWEN Dr. (to your left) and WILKES Street (to your right). Make a left turn onto Owen Dr. stay on Owen Dr. (it will become All American Freeway), follow the All American Freeway until you arrive at Reilly Street. Exit, once you are on Reilly Street. Get in the far left lane and turn left at the light on to Normandy Drive. fayettevillenc.gov/government/city-departments/fayetteville-regional-airport
Fort Bragg is located just west of Fayetteville, North Carolina.
If traveling by privately owned vehicle (POV) I-95 South you will take exit 56 toward Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Pope AFB, US 301 South. You will make a right at the first light on to Grove Street / NC-24/ NC-210 at the end you will turn right onto Bragg BLVD /NC-24/ NC-210. Continue to follow Bragg BLVD to SANTA FE Drive. Turn left on SANTA FE Drive, at the next light you will merge onto the ALL AMERICAN FWY. This will bring you into Fort Bragg.
If you are traveling by POV, from I-95 North you will merge onto I-95 Business Route N /US-301 N toward Fayetteville/ Fort Bragg/ Pope AAF. Continue on US-301 for approximately 7.3 mile Turn left on to Owen Drive. Owen Drive will turn into All American Freeway, which takes you to Fort Bragg. To enter, you will need to show your military ID. If you do not have your military ID, you will need the following: driver’s license; vehicle registration; proof of insurance. Your vehicle will be searched. Once you pass through the Access Control Point you will take the second exit which is Reilly Street. Get in the far left lane and turn left at the light onto Normandy Drive. You will see the Soldier Support Center on your left about of 1/8th of a mile down.
Directions on Post
To the Billeting Office (Moon Hall)
To Soldier Support Center
Newcomers to Fayetteville have a frequent complaint: Street names change often, and for no clear reason. And main routes to and from town can get congested at rush hour. The new Outer Loop is one effort to ease the problem as is the widening of Hope Mills and Cumberland roads. Installation of a new traffic signal system is also planned.
Shuttle Bus services are not currently available until farther notice. Please check the website above for more information.
A shuttle bus is provided. The shuttle bus schedule is updated monthly. Please call (910) 396-1992 for the monthly schedule.
The shuttle bus is FREE of charge and available to all. It connects with the Fayetteville city bus at Butner Gate Access Control Point. All city buses charge so make sure you have exact change to pay your fare.
We continue to increase our precautionary measures to keep staff, customers and the community safe as we address COVID-19. We are providing the latest information. Please be flexible, be understanding and be aware that we are all in this together. Also consider all changes to services to be temporary to address the current outbreak.
Base Operator: 910-396-8682 / 396-8683, or DSN 312-236-8682 /312-236-8683
Call from overseas using DSN - 312-236-8682 /312-236-8683