The Fort Bragg Area Alumnae Chapter was chartered on November 16, 1996 at the Radisson Prince Charles Hotel in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Soror Nettie Faulcon, South Atlantic Regional Director, presided and Caldora Gibson, Regional Secretary, assisted. FBAAC was chartered to provide service to Fort Bragg, Pope Army Airfield, Spring Lake and Hope Mills, North Carolina. After more than 15 years of service, FBAAC currently boasts an active membership of more than 90 members in the United States and deployed abroad in service to this great country.
Members of the chapter include active and retired military, military dependents, contractors and civilian employees that live and operate on or around the Fort Bragg area. The influx of Soldiers to the Fort Bragg Area following the onset of America's War on Terror in 2001 gave FBAAC a unique responsibility of directly serving the children and families of military personnel deployed in support of missions around the world. Although the chapter is not directly affiliated with the Fort Bragg Army Installation, it fully supports the military service members, families and Department of Defense personnel living and operating on the installation. Without the dedication of 27 women who saw a need for a 'Delta' presence in our service area, the chapter would not exist to serve in its great capacity today.