FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – Senior Pentagon officials confirm 3,000 more Fort Bragg soldiers are soon making their way to eastern Europe over the next few days.
The soldiers will join another 1,700 troops with the 82nd Airborne Division currently in Poland.
This comes as tensions rise along the Russian and Ukrainian border, sparking concerns of conflict.
Fayetteville military communities are already feeling the impacts of the deployments.
Chad, the owner of Kraken-Skulls barbershop and t-shirt business, said he aims to create a community for military members past and present.
“This is not just a t-shirt shop or a barbershop, we’re a family,” Chad said. “I would say a good 70 percent of our customers are active-duty military and everybody else is some shape or form affiliated with the military at one point in time.”
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