Fort Bragg will tighten security with new ID cards in January

FORT BRAGG, N.C. (WNCT) — Beginning January 2018, security changes will take place at Fort Bragg military base.

The changes will impact people without traditional military identification cards in hopes to tighten security.

The visitors without the traditional cards will begin to show a new card issued under the Federal Real I.D. Act.

Anyone without a card must provide a second form of identification to Fort Bragg security.


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