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John F. Kennedy Memorial Chapel


category : Memorials
This chapel was named for President John F. Kennedy, who designated the green beret for Special Forces soldiers and was a dynamic force behind the formation of the special operations unit.




Address:
USA JFK SWCS/Chapel
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone: (910)432-2217


Come visit us in Fort Bragg, North Carolina

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Special Operations Memorial Plaza

The Plaza features the Special Warfare Memorial Statue and memorial stones donated by Special Operations veterans groups.

Fort Bragg, NC Memorials

Ryder Golf Course

Open to military and guests.;Championship (6390 yards, 127 slope); ;18 holes, par 72, ;clubhouse, rstrnt./lounge, range, putt. green, chip. green, pro shop, rentals. Open year-round. 910/436-3390, Fax: 910/436-1389.

Fort Bragg, NC Golf Courses

Ryder Golf Course

Course Access: Military
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7

Fort Bragg, NC Golf Courses

John F. Kennedy Memorial Chapel

This chapel was named for President John F. Kennedy, who designated the green beret for Special Forces soldiers and was a dynamic force behind the formation of the special operations unit.

Fort Bragg, NC Memorials

Main Post Chapel

Established in 1932, the chapel features stained glass windows hand-crafted with 14,000 pieces of antique glass from around the world.

Fort Bragg, NC Other Attractions

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