Army Special Operations Command / Black Daggers Chief Warrant / Chief Warrant Officer Chris Wilkerson / Sergeant Class Shelby Bixler

The U.S. Army Special Operations Command parachute demonstration team is called the Black Daggers. Chief Warrant Officer Chris Wilkerson and Sergeant First Class Shelby Bixler were at KUSI to tell us about the team..

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