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One U.S. Army Parachute Team ‘Golden Knights’ member uses her down time to help the community
Master Sgt. Jennifer Davidson, two-time World Parachuting Champion and Military World Games Champion, U.S. Army Parachute Team “Golden Knights.” (Photo credit U.S. Army)
May 6, 2020 - On any normal day, Master Sgt. Jennifer Davidson can be found jumping out of airplanes, training with her teammates in competitive skydiving. Davidson, a two-time World Parachuting Champion and Military World Games Champion, puts her skills to the test competing around the globe, showcasing the skill and determination of the American Soldier to the world as a member of the U.S. Army Parachute Team, the “Golden Knights.”

U.S. Army Warrior Fitness Team goes virtual
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
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.

Army neuroscientist tests skills, training on COVID frontlines in NYC
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.”
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.

Fort Knox medic volunteers at local health clinic
Staff Sgt. Ethan Harbison, platoon sergeant assigned to the U.S. Army Mission Support Battalion, is standing next to one of the mobile exhibit trailers his noncommissioned officers set up at events throughout the country in support of recruiting operations. (Photo by Shauna Clark, Mission Support Battalion public affairs)

Harbison volunteers at least one day a week at the Elizabethtown (Kentucky) Community Health Clinic, which provides care to patients who normally can’t afford treatment.
April 23, 2020 - As America battles COVID-19, one local Mission Support Battalion Soldier is paying it forward by leveraging his Army training and experience as a volunteer at the Elizabethtown (Kentucky) Community Health Clinic.

U.S. Army Esports Team expands virtual outreach
Soldiers from the U.S. Army Esports Team compete.
April 10, 2020 - While the U.S. Army Esports Team already spends much of its time in the digital space it has increased its online presence in support of current operations. As people work through this period of social distancing, the team is stepping up their game to provide more content and engagement on its digital platforms.

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“The U.S. Army Marketing & Engagement Brigade influences the American People to join the Army by enhancing and conducting recruiting operations through direct engagements and demonstrating elite Army skills and exhibits, IOT achieve the Army’s recruiting mission.  On order, provide unique support to the operational and generating force.”

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