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U.S. Navy Parachute Team “Leap Frogs” Performing at Fargo Airsho

The Leap frogs want to showcase what the Navy has trained them to be able to do in hopes to inspire people to join the Navy.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Airsho has many performers, and US Navy parachute team “The Leap Frogs” are back to perform for a second time. The Leap frogs want to showcase what the Navy has trained them to be able to do in hopes to inspire people to join the Navy. They are presenting the American Flag at both of the event…

Governor Burgum Jumps from 12,000 Feet to Kick Off Fargo AirSho

Burgum also sworn in a Fargo man as he re-enlists in the Navy

FARGO, N.D. — Thousands of people focused their eyes on the skies at the first Fargo Airsho in three years. Governor Doug Burgum kicked off the festivities by skydiving more than 12,000 feet. Burgum was paired with retired U.S. Navy Seal Jim Woods, who has completed more than 20,000 dives in his lifetime. The Governor leaped with the United States Navy…

Navy Sailors Serve Breakfast and Lunch to People at the Salvation Army

The lunch was part of Navy Week

FARGO, N.D. — Ten members of the U.S. Navy served up smiles while helping feed people lunch at the Salvation Army. Sailors from the U.S.S. Constitution and U.S.S. North Dakota took part, giving people mac–and–cheese, salad, bread and pastries. As part of Navy Week, the sailors look to continue a tradition of taking part in at least one community service project,…

Navy Divers Visit Longfellow Elementary to Teach Students About the Opportunities of Serving

Kids got to watch a remote-control robot and try on diving masks

FARGO, N.D. — Navy Week continues in the metro as kids got to play with some gear used by Navy divers. Kids got to try on diving masks and had a front–row seat to see a remote–controlled robot rolling around the Longfellow Elementary gym. The kids, who are part of the Boys and Girls Club of the Red River Valley Youth…