UNITS ARE WORKING TOGETHER DURING THE DAY
TIME TO PREPARING FOR AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. HOWEVER, IN THE EVENING, THERE IS ONE EVENT
WHERE SERVICEMEMBERS ARE MOVING THEIR FEET AS FAST AS THEY CAN TO BECOME A SOCCER CHAMPION.
THE USAG INDOOR INTRAMURAL SOCCER LEAGUE GIVES SOLDIERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO COMPETE WITH EACH
OTHER AND TO ENJOY SOCCER. ARMY SERGEANT TIMOTHY JONES TELLS US WHY HE CHOSE TO PARTICIPATE. I have just participated because it’s something
I’ve done since I was a kid, and I’m playing soccer for about 15 years now and I just love
the competitive competition that comes from it and it is a good way to have fun and physical
fit. WIN OR LOSE, PARTICIPATING IN A SOCCER LEAGUE
ITSELF IS A VALUABLE EXPERIENCE. THE FRINEDLY COMPETITION WILL BRING A POSITIVE ATMOSPHERE
TO THEIR UNITS. DURING THE GAME, SERVICEMEMBERS BUILD ESPRIT DE CORPS AND GET TO KNOW EACH
OTHER OUTSIDE THE WORKPLACE. CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER TWO KIEREECE SIMPSON SHARES HIS OPINIONS
ON UNIT SPORTS. Yes, I think it will improve morale and teamwork
because we have to work together, we have to communicate and that’s what we do in
the Army. Everybody on the team has their role, so the relation corresponds to what
you’re doing in the Army, you have a role, and you have something that contributes to
the overall team and the overall mission. ARMY SERGEANT BRAJCHA, CAMP WALKER, KOREA.