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Private First Class

Jason Yu

Army Reserve

As a Unit Supply Specialist, Pfc. Jason Yu is the expert on Army supplies and equipment—responsible for supervising it, maintaining it, inspecting it, and more. He also takes the lead on safely controlling the weapons and ammunition in secure areas.

Unit Supply Specialist (92Y)
Enlisted Soldier
18 years old
Time In Service
4 months
Fort Gregg-Adams, Va.
Sacramento, Calif.

Jason's Career path

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Jason will leverage Army benefits to go to college then pursue a career in Army Aviation.

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