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Two Pennsylvania National Guard soldiers stopped to render first aide to a motorcycle crash victim along Interstate 78 near Fort Indiantown Gap May 1. Pfc. Alyssa Cinquemani, a Blackhawk helicopter mechanic, and Cpl. Christopher Eppler, a wheeled vehicle mechanic, both with the 628th Aviation Support Battalion, 28th Expeditionary Combat Aviation Brigade, 28th Infantry Division, which is currently preparing to deploy overseas. (U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Zane Craig)
Pa. National Guard Soldiers recognized for aiding crash victim
By Zane Craig | May 11, 2020
Two Pennsylvania National Guard Soldiers were recently recognized for their actions when they stopped to render first aide to a motorcycle crash victim along Interstate 78.

Signifying the completion of his eBLC course, Spc. Xavier Whites signs his Department of the Army form 1059, May 7. (Danielle ODonnell)
COVID-19- limited regular operations but not basic NCO training due to eBLC
By Danielle ODonnell | May 11, 2020
The latest NCOLCoE article is now published. Take a minute and read how the eBLC changed the course for NCO PME from an eBLC student, instructors, and the staff responsible for the eBLC process.

Picture Previously Taken and provided by Master Sgt. Harrison Helms- Master Sgt. Harrison Helms a student with the Sergeants Major Academy Class 70 and a Big Brother Big Sister mentor stands with his mentee Cole at the Globo Rojo Auto Club Museum in El Paso, February 23. (Photo Credit: Danielle ODonnell)
The NCOLCoE students of class 70 - learners, leaders, and mentors
By Danielle ODonnell | May 4, 2020
Artez Lamar an instructor for the Sergeants Major Course organized an opportunity for the Class 70 students of the Sergeants Major Academy to lead the change by volunteering with the Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of El Paso.

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)
One U.S. Army Parachute Team ‘Golden Knights’ member uses her down time to help the community
By Sgt. 1st Class Reshema G. Sherlock | 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.”

WATERTOWN, N.Y. – Retired U.S. Army Sgt. Luis Luce sits with his wife, Analyn Luce, at their home in Watertown, N.Y. May 4, 2020. In early April, Luis was diagnosed with COVID-19. Shortly after, he had to be placed on a ventilator at the Samaritan Medical Center in Watertown due to complications from the virus. Luis was on a ventilator for approximately 10 days before showing signs of improvement and eventually recovered from the virus.
‘Another chance to live’: Retired Soldier, COVID-19 survivor shares story of recovery
By Warren W. Wright Jr., Fort Drum Medical Activity Public Affairs | May 8, 2020
Sitting comfortably at home, surrounded by his wife and three daughters, one might find it hard to believe that just a couple of weeks prior, retired U.S. Army Sgt. Luis Luce was hospitalized, undergoing respiratory therapy on a ventilator while his body struggled to get enough oxygen as he fought off the Novel Coronavirus, or COVID-19, virus.

New goggles checking trainee temperatures
By Bridgett Siter, Soldier Lethality CFT | April 28, 2020
The team in charge of restoring overmatch to the close-combat force repurposed emerging technologies to combat COVID-19 last week using a prototype of the Integrated Visual Augmentation System, known as IVAS.