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Proposed Global War on Terror Memorial gets Fort Bragg input

(Tribune News Service) — A nonprofit organization that received congressional approval to build a Global War on Terror Memorial at the National Mall in Washington wants to raise $50 million for the project and involve Fort Bragg soldiers and families for input on the design.

The Global War on Terrorism Memorial Foundation plans to design a monument by 2024. The monument would commemorate and honor members of the armed forces who served in support of the nation’s longest war.

The foundation was begun in 2015 by like-minded veterans who decided to take on the task of building a national war memorial in Washington, said Michael “Rod” Rodriguez, president and CEO of the foundation, who has ties to Fort Bragg and retired from the Army after more than 20 years of service.