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The City of Homestead Welcomes Golden Knights to their 2012 Winter Training

On Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at the City Hall Council Chambers, the U S Army Parachute Team, Sergeant Major Stephen Young and SSG Shelby Bixler, the Gold Demonstration Team Recruiting liason accepted a wonderful award from the city of Homestead.

Mayor Bateman thanked the team for returning to Homestead, for supporting the 63rd Annual Rodeo, the upcoming Bike Festival and the opportunity to take a tandem parachute jump with the team at training last year.

 

Mayor Bateman presented the SGM a beautiful framed document welcoming the team to “Our Beautiful City” and also gave the SGM a huge bright white, yellow and blue crest from the City of Homestead established in 1913.

He said they would be honored to have them hung in our Winter Training Facility on Homestead Reserve Airbase in appreciation of the city.

 

The US Army Parachute Team, Golden Knights, would like to thank the Mayor, Council members and the wonderful people in the community for all of the hospitality extended to the team and thank them for sharing their beautiful city, magnificent blue skies and warm sunshine

Golden Knights Promote Three of Their Own

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week, the US Army Parachute Team promoted three of their own to the rank of Sergeant First Class.  SFC Drew Starr, SFC Scott Janise and SFC Laura Dickmeyer, along with previously promoted SFC Dannielle Woosley, SFC Josh Coleman and SFC Justin Blewitt, are all members of the Golden Knights Competition Team and have contributed to putting the “Gold” in Golden Knight multiple times over the past three years. (more…)

Daily Morning for Aviation Section

It’s 530 am and the Forida sun may not be up, but the Aviation section of the Golden Knights is.  Several preparations must be completed prior to the first jump of the day, ranging from servicing the aircraft to extensive pre-flight inspections.  This is often accomplished with a strong flash light and gloves.  (more…)

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