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GREATNESS BEYOND THE GRIDIRON: 143D ESC UNITE FANS AT FLORIDA CLASSIC
Image by 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary)
ORLANDO, Fla. – Soldiers from the 143d Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) joined their active duty and Reserve Officer Training Corps brothers and sisters in welcoming tens of thousands of spectators to the Florida Classic, one of the nation’s largest football rivalries between two historically black colleges: Bethune–Cookman University and Florida A&M University.
In the hours leading to the opening kickoff Nov. 19, 2016, at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., the Soldiers helped members from the Army Marketing Research Group encourage BCU and FAMU fans to test their strength, endurance and mental aptitude in various interactive activities featured at the Go Army booths. The troops motivated men and women from all walks of life to set personal records for planks, pullups and pushups. They also lent a hand in several creative challenges that emphasized teamwork and critical thinking.
Many of the thousands of fans who waited for their turn to don blindfolds, solve puzzles or perform pullups spoke with the troops about their training, experience and aspirations. While these casual conversations opened opportunities to introduce potential recruits to the Army’s robust enlisted and Reserve Officer Training Corps programs, they also fostered greater respect and understanding about the Army’s role in developing strong communities and mutually beneficial partnerships both at home and abroad.
The fans’ energy, enthusiasm and camaraderie also demonstrated that the Florida Classic and the U.S. Army share common values. Their sincere interest in learning about the Army’s vision, capabilities and career opportunities exemplified how rivalries on the gridiron can shape resilient individuals who possess the character qualities to lead and mentor men and women on the battlefield.
Several Soldiers received complimentary access to the field during the game. Army Master Sgt. Shantell D. Aviles, noncommissioned officer-in-charge, Office of the Inspector General, 143d ESC, watched many Florida Classic football games during her childhood and teenage years. Although she and her family were no strangers to seeing the game from the stands, Aviles had never before set foot on the sidelines. With a smile never left her face, she took full advantage of the exclusive press pass to take photos with the mascots, shake hands with the drum majors, and cheer her FAMU Rattlers from the endzone.
Photo by Sgt. John L. Carkeet IV, 143d ESC