The Fort Bragg’s antiterrorism program is among the best in the Army and the installation continues to rack up the awards and accolades to prove it. The continued improvements to the post’s antiterrorism program have paid off for the second year in a row, with Fort Bragg being awarded the 2014 Best Installation Antiterrorism Program.

“Fort Bragg’s force protection and antiterrorism professionals are in a league of their own as evident by this award and the many previous awards,” said Ben Abel, Fort Bragg spokesman. “The safety of our servicemembers, Families and civilian employees is the highest priority.”

Antiterrorism program awards include:

Department of the Army Best Installation Antiterrorism Program – 2014, 2013, 2009, 2005, 2003, 2001

Installation Management Command Best Installation Antiterrorism Program – 2014, 2013, 2009, 2005

DA Best Antiterrorism Program Manager – 2011, 2005

IMCOM Best Antiterrorism Program Manager – 2011, 2005

DA Best Antiterrorism Program Fixed Installation/Unit – 2010

IMCOM Southeast Best Installation Antiterrorism Program – 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005

IMCOM Southeast Best Antiterrorism Program Manager – 2008, 2006, 2005

DA Best Antiterrorism Program Manager runner up – 2006

IMCOM Best Antiterrorism Program Manager runner up – 2006

Department of Defense Most Innovative Action – 1999

DA Most Innovative Action – 1999

DoD Honorable Mention, Best Installation Antiterrorism Program – 1999

DA Honorable Mention, Best Installation Antiterrorism Program – 1999

In addition to the numerous awards, the program has received recognition for best practices which come from constant improvement to the ever-changing program.

Fort Bragg’s Protection Branch is not relying on the success of past years to keep the installation safe from possible future threats.

“The threat to America and its servicemembers is continuously changing and evolving; so must the programs in place to provide protection,” said Donald Mollett, Fort Bragg Installation Antiterrorism. “Passion and devotion has driven the program to the level it is at now and will continue to propel it forward.”

“The Protection Branch continuously evolves the Antiterrorism Program to protect and safeguard the personnel, infrastructure and facilities on Fort Bragg,” said Mollett.