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Texas Army National Guard Soldiers with the 36th Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion competed to represent the battalion in the Best Warrior Competition on Feb. 10, 2018, at Camp Mabry and Camp Swift, Texas.

The competition included an Army physical fitness test, a formal military appearance board and a 6-mile road march.

“The purpose of this competition is to get the best Soldier and noncommissioned officer to represent the battalion in the state Texas Military Department’s Best Warrior Competition,” said Sgt. 1st Class Anessa Harvey, Best Warrior Competition noncommissioned officer in charge. “The Soldiers look forward to this competition and are really excited to get out there and show off their skills.”

The competition started at Camp Mabry with an Army physical fitness test measuring a Soldier’s overall fitness level. Participants then reported to a formal military interview board where senior leaders asked candidates questions about general military knowledge, tested their ability to follow orders and graded their overall military appearance.  Read more

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Texas Army National Guard Soldiers with the 36th Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion competed to represent the battalion in the Best Warrior Competition on Feb. 10, 2018, at Camp Mabry and Camp Swift, Texas.

The competition included an Army physical fitness test, a formal military appearance board and a 6-mile road march.

“The purpose of this competition is to get the best Soldier and noncommissioned officer to represent the battalion in the state Texas Military Department’s Best Warrior Competition,” said Sgt. 1st Class Anessa Harvey, Best Warrior Competition noncommissioned officer in charge. “The Soldiers look forward to this competition and are really excited to get out there and show off their skills.”

Texas Army National Guard Soldiers with the 36th Infantry Division Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion competed to represent the battalion in the Best Warrior Competition on Feb. 10, 2018, at Camp Mabry and Camp Swift, Texas.

The competition included an Army physical fitness test, a formal military appearance board and a 6-mile road march.

“The purpose of this competition is to get the best Soldier and noncommissioned officer to represent the battalion in the state Texas Military Department’s Best Warrior Competition,” said Sgt. 1st Class Anessa Harvey, Best Warrior Competition noncommissioned officer in charge. “The Soldiers look forward to this competition and are really excited to get out there and show off their skills.”