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Unconventional warfare training being staged in 21 North Carolina counties, Army says | Charlotte Observer

Unconventional warfare training being staged in 21 North Carolina counties, Army says | Charlotte Observer

A series of Special Forces military training exercises — including gunfire with blanks — is being staged across 21 North Carolina counties starting Aug. 30, and the Army is telling the public not to be alarmed at the suspicious-looking activity.

Known as Robin Sage training, the unconventional warfare exercises can be likened to live-action role playing in the extreme, with hostile engagement playing out between Special Forces students, volunteer civilians and soldiers out of Fort Bragg. It continues through Sept. 12, said a press release.

Heavily populated counties like Wake, Cumberland and Union counties are among training sites, according to the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center at Fort Bragg.

Source: Unconventional warfare training being staged in 21 North Carolina counties, Army says | Charlotte Observer

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