This Army sergeant is also a Legends Football League player

A US Army Sergeant has begun making an impact in another field- in the Legends Football League.

Sergeant Danielle Bush is a Chemical/Biological/Radiological/Nuclear Specialist who has been answering her country’s call since 2012, as well as working as a Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator for the 316th Sustainment Command in Pennsylvania.

However, when she isn’t performing her military duties, Sergeant Bush is sweating it out on the football field, playing for the Legends Football League.

While her position with the Pittsburgh Rebellion is an unpaid one (the LFL is not dissimilar to roller derby teams around the country), Bush seems to enjoy playing for the league’s 21st franchise, which was established in late 2016.

In addition to military and athletics, Bush also likes to show off her assets on social media, particularly her Instagram account, where she can be seen performing to the max in her various uniforms.

According to a statement she made on Instagram following her May re-enlistment, military service is more than just about the college money- it’s about family honor.

“I joined the Army to continue my brother’s legacy and to finish college,” she wrote. “I never knew how much I would enjoy the Soldiers I work with and the job that I perform. It’s an honor to wear this uniform and serve this country. It’s a blessing to sign for 6 more years and I’m ready to see what I can accomplish next.”

According to her LinkedIn, Sergeant Bush previously worked as a bartender and operations coordinator for a legal counseling group.

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