PV2 Jaden Brown, 18, of Tooele, graduated from Army One Station Unit Training at Fort Benning, Georgia, on June 28, 2018.
PV2 Brown successfully completed 15 weeks of intensive One Station Unit Training as an M1 Armored Crewman or “Tanker.” Upon graduation, PV2 Brown was awarded with the Individual Student Armor and Cavalry Leadership Award for his demonstrated professional expertise and outstanding leadership throughout the training program. This award granted him the Armor and Cavalry Leadership certificate signed by chief of Armor. His nomination for the award came from his platoon mates and cadre members within his training.
PV2 Brown joined the U.S. Army, swearing in at age 17, to join a long family line of soldiers, including his great-great grandfather in World War I, a great-grandfather in World War II, and an uncle in the Vietnam war. He participated and excelled in the ROTC program from age 14 through high school graduation. PV2 Brown graduated high school early and left for Basic Training immediately following at the age of 18.
PV2 Brown is the son of Josh and Debbie Jensen of Tooele. He will be stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas.