Eric Osborne, 29, of El Paso, Texas, will head back to his Army base after spending four days in jail.
Osborne was clocked at 105 miles-an-hour Monday on a Suzuki motorcycle, racing west on I-80.
A state trooper pursued him for nearly 20 miles and said speeds reached 145 miles an hour.
After a 10-minute high-speed chase, Osborne pulled off at the Hershey exit. Prosecutor Jennifer Wellan said he nearly wrecked the bike when he pulled off. He was arrested and jailed.
Under a plea bargain with the Lincoln County Attorney’s Office, Osborne pleaded no contest to attempted fleeing and willful reckless driving.
He is stationed with a U.S. Army airborne forward command unit at Fort Bragg, N.C. and he told Lincoln County Judge Kent Turnbull he had to report back no later than Aug. 22. Turnbull sentenced him to four days in jail and fined him $50 plus costs, and he was released.