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Col. Heather Kness accepts command of the Medical Recruiting Brigade June 10.
MRB Changes Command

Medical Recruiting Brigade received a new commander at a June 10 ceremony at Fort Knox, Kentucky, as the former director of healthcare operations, Office of the Army Surgeon General, assumed command.

Col. Heather Kness assumed command from Col. Timothy Hudson, who is headed for an assignment at Fort Carson, Colorado.
Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Snow, the commanding general of U.S. Army Recruiting Command, said Hudson is one of USAREC's finest commanders.

"During his two years here as commander, Col. Hudson has brought in over 2,500 medical professionals and nearly 500 chaplains," Snow said.


Outrider Challenge Soldiers.

Mobile Retention Training teams make learning regulation fun

The Army Retention Program aims to achieve and maintain Army force alignment by reenlisting high-quality soldiers. Mobile Retention Training teams help retention noncommissioned officers achieve this goal.

The Recruiting and Retention School's Mobile Retention Training teams travel to U.S. Army installations all over the world to teach company-level and battalion-level retention NCOs the responsibilities and duties of being retention NCOs, said Sgt. 1st Class Winter Washington, chief instructor/writer for the retention department at the RRS. The MRT teams also brief command teams on their responsibilities and duties that fall under the Army retention program, she added.


Country singer Kellie Pickler and Sgt. 1st Class Noah Watts prepare to skydive.

Maximizing the Golden Knights

The United States Army Parachute Team, the Golden Knights, is divided into demonstration, tandem, and competition teams that perform more than 240 parachute shows and tandem jumps each year.

They compete in national and international level competitions in seven categories: style, accuracy, free-fall formation, canopy piloting, canopy relative work, free flying, and vertical relative work.

The Knights have won 490 national championships, 130 world championships, 50 national and 10 world team titles, and have broken 350 world records, including military records held in the Counsel International du Sport Militaire


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