All questions concerning gates and access to Fort Bragg during All American Week.
All Fort Bragg gates that are normally open will remain so.
Those without a DoD ID card must register for a week-long pass at the visitors center outside the All American
Gate. The visitors center is open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., 7 days a week, located off of the All American Expressway.
For more information on obtaining a pass, call: (910) 907-5165/5166.
Will we have to ride the shuttle to the DZ for review or will there be parking available?
Spectators can ride the shuttle bus or park at Normandy Drop Zone, accessible via Lamont Rd. to W. Manchester
We are releasing a map of the shuttle locations and times on Facebook and Twitter.
What can we see at the airborne review?
The 82nd Airborne Division in all its splendor and glory. Its so amazing there are no appropriate words to
describe it other than “cool shit.”
What is recommended to bring to the airborne review?
Folding chairs, sunscreen, sunglasses, food, drinks and a copy of “On to Berlin: Battles of an Airborne
Commander 1943-1946” by former 82nd Airborne Division Commander Gen. James Gavin.
When does the Family Fun Run?
The run starts at 7 p.m. on Ardennes Rd. outside the 82nd Airborne Division Memorial Museum.
Where are the bus schedules?
Posted to the 82nd Airborne Division Facebook page and as an insert inside the Fort Bragg Paraglide
When is the 34 foot tower open to civilians?
May 20-22, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Will there be pushball at All American Week 2019?
Sadly, no, but the Division commander said if we get over 1 million Facebook followers by the end of All
American Week 2019, he will bring it back for All American Week 2020. So help us out if you really want to see
pushball next year.
If you were stranded on a desert island, what three items would you want to have with you?
A woobie, Gerber and Airborne Wings!
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