FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - A new security policy is designed to streamline access to Fort Bragg and reduce congestion at the fort's gates.
The Army's Trusted Traveler Program took effect this week. Under the program, those who are authorized to enter the fort will now be able to vouch for those in their vehicles so passengers will no longer have to show identification to gate guards.
Those vouching for the passengers will be responsible for them while they are on the base.
Authorized visitors include uniformed service members and their spouses, Department of Defense employees, and retired uniformed service members and their spouses with identification cards.
Those over 17 without military ID cards still need a government-issued ID in case they are asked to show it on the base.
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