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Sgt. 1st Class Sam Woodberry performs with As You Were in December 2019. 

(U.S. Army photo by Lara Poirrier)
USAREC seeking Soldiers for new ‘Talent,’ eSports, Warrior Fitness, teams
By | Nov. 20, 2020
A search is underway to form The U.S. Army’s Got Talent Team, a new recruiting outreach program, as well as new members to join two other USAREC marquee programs, The U.S. Army eSports Team and the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team.

From left to right. Capt. Brian Harris, Sgt. Jacob Pfaff, Capt. Ashley Shepherd, and Capt. Rachel Schreiber on the podium for the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team.
U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team comes out on top at Heart of America
By U.S. Army Mission Support Battalion Public Affairs | Sept. 30, 2020
The Army Warrior Fitness Team brought home one event win and four second-place finishes at the Heart of America team competition here Sept. 25-27.

Warrior Fitness Team finishes strong at first competition since COVID-19
By Shauna Clark | Sept. 3, 2020
Soldiers from the Army Warrior Fitness Team captured top honors at the Top of the Box Fitness Competition held here Aug. 28-30.

Sgt. 1st Class Carlos Zayas is determined to represent himself and the Army at high-level competitions, all while encouraging others to join the service he admires. He discussed his Army story at Fort Knox, Ky., on June 25, 2019
U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team goes virtual
By USAREC Public Affairs | April 27, 2020
With the majority of physical fitness centers closed across America, the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team is bringing its fitness knowledge to the digital space. The team has expanded its virtual outreach to help people maintain a healthy lifestyle while adhering to social distancing requirements.

Youngstown, Ohio, native Capt. Allison Brager is the director of human performance operations and education for the Recruiting Outreach Company that includes the Army Warrior Fitness Team, Army eSports and the outreach band “As You Were.”
Army neuroscientist tests skills, training on COVID frontlines in NYC
By Shauna Clark | April 24, 2020
An Army neuroscientist and Mission Support Battalion Soldier is working at the front lines of the COVID-19 response efforts in New York City. Capt. Allison Brager, member of the U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team, has temporarily been assigned to serve with a team of medical professionals at the Army’s field hospital at the Javits Center.