If the U.S. Army and hospital workers have anything in common, it’s
that they know what it means to sacrifice and serve on the front lines.
On Wednesday, June 24, Southeast Georgia Health System Camden Campus team
members pointed their eyes and phones to the sky as the Black Daggers,
the official U.S. Army Special Operations Command Parachute Demonstration
Team, jumped from a plane more than 12,000 feet above ground for a performance
of intricate aerial maneuvers before deploying their parachutes as a special
thank you to health care workers for their efforts to combat COVID-19.
The U.S. Army Special Operations Command Parachute Demonstration Team —
the Black Daggers — is comprised entirely of volunteers from throughout
the Army special operations community. They have diverse backgrounds and
possess various military specialties. The team represents the professionalism
and dedication of Special Operations Forces and performs aerial demonstrations
in support of U.S. Army Special Operations Command community outreach
and recruiting efforts