Kaiser Permanente of Georgia hosted the Black Daggers, the official U.S. Army Special Operations Command parachute demonstration team, on Friday, June 26, as part of the Army’s special thank you to healthcare workers for their efforts to combat COVID-19. The live event at Kaiser’s Comprehensive Medical Center in Gwinnett was comprised entirely of volunteers from the Army’s special operations community.
Chamian is a reporter with a bachelor of science in journalism from Appalachian State University and a graduate of Gwinnett County Public Schools. She previously covered politics and education in North Georgia.
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Kaiser Permanente of Georgia hosted the Black Daggers, the official U.S. Army Special Operations Command parachute demonstration team, on Friday, June 26, as part of the Army’s special thank you to healthcare workers for their efforts to combat COVID-19.
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