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More than 200 Fort Bragg soldiers moved after mold found in barracks | Fayetteville Observer

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Around 200 soldiers with 1st Special Forces Command have been moved after reports of mold in the barracks on Fort Bragg. It was confirmed that the air was unsafe for soldiers, and extensive repair would need to be conducted on the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems to prevent further mold growth. The Army Times reported that repairs are expected to be complete by the end of December. Leaders decided to temporarily move the soldiers into alternate lodging but to move them back in the barracks before the end of the year once the repair and air quality are under control.

Source: https://www.fayobserver.com/story/news/2020/10/20/mold-barracks-causes-fort-bragg-soldiers-move/5989224002/

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