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Fort Bragg, North Carolina

E-1 through E-6 on-base family housing at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

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All military families who would like to move on post are required to apply for housing and go on a waiting list if there is not immediate availability. This process is done though the Picerne Military Housing Welcome Center located on the 6th floor of the Soldier Support Center.

All incoming families must apply for on-post housing within 30 days of signing into the installation in order to obtain credit for leave, TDY, restricted tour, etc., on housing waiting list.

You are eligible for Privatized Family Housing at Fort Bragg if you are an active duty service member with accompanying family members assigned to an installation within 35 miles of Fort Bragg. For new move-ins, on the date of occupancy, military members must have a minimum of six months remaining on their current duty assignment.

There are more than 4,700 homes under Picerne Military Housing's ownership and management on-post. There are two, three and four-bedroom multi-family buildings, duplexes and single homes in 9 communities located on Fort Bragg. Fort Bragg also has 250 sets of two and four bedroom leased houses in Hoke County. Leased housing is offered to soldiers in grades PVT though SMG.

Normally, there is a waiting period for each category of housing. The housing assignments are determined by grade category and bedroom requirements.

For single PVT-SSG there are 15,928 spaces available in 112 permanent party barracks, and 8 student barracks with 1,302 spaces. Barracks are divided into 9 Housing Areas comprised of different styles consisting of 4, 3, 2 and 1-soldier rooms. All single soldiers (PVT-SSG) are required to reside in the barracks if space is available.

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