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Best Warrior Competition

Best Warrior Competition Mentor

FOR EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE DURING THE 1ST BATTALION, 415TH REGIMENT BEST WARRIOR COMPETITION NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER OF THE YEAR CATEGORY. SERGEANT ACEVES DISPLAYED DEDICATION TO THE NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER CORPS THROUGH HER PERFORMANCE DURING ALL SEVEN EVENTS. SERGEANT ACEVES DISTINGUISHED HERSELF FROM THE COMPETITION AND WAS RECOGNIZED AS THE BATTALION NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER OF THE YEAR. HER PERFORMANCE REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HERSELF, THE BATTALION AND THE UNITED STATES ARMY.


Best Warrior Competition Sponsor

Staff Sergeant Bostco mentored and prepared two soldiers to compete in the annual Best Warrior Competition resulting in one soldier receiving the 157th MEB Soldier of the Year and the other receiving 2nd place. Both individuals competed at the state level where they placed in the top five, receiving the state Deputy Adjutant General coin, the State Command Sergeants Major coin, and the Army Achievement medal. SSG Bostco mentored two soldiers on Army doctrine, introduced the competitors to the Appearance board, ensured the competitors were at the right place at the right time and in the proper uniform, ran each obstacle event next to the competitors for encouragement, requested mandatory items need for events, and ensured the behind the scenes logistics were in order for the 121st FA Battalion, 157th MEB, and Wisconsin State Soldier of the Year level competitions.


For Meritorious Service while serving as Mentor for The Best Warrior Competition. His vision, dedication, and commitment to excellence in training, conducting, and mentorship of The Best Warrior nominee enabled the Soldier to place second overall in Regional Competitions. His esprit de corps during the grueling preparation and training for the events was evident during and at the culmination of the competition. For loyal and devoted service to the mission of the 254TH Regiment (CA).


Outstanding achievement as the NCOIC for the Best Warrior Competion (BWC). He ensured that the training schedule met all requirements and was followed in a timely manner. He plotted and conducted the Land Naviagation Course and administered and graded the written exam. As the NCOIC for the BWC, he administered and ensured the integrity of the written exam. He inspected the Competitors' uniform for the board, was on the panel for the board, and transported the Competitors to and from the competition sites.


XXXXX distinguished himself during the 2BDE Best Warrior Competition, DSOY. He demonstrated professionalism, expertise, and fitness throughout the APFT, appearance board, land navigation, road march, and warrior tasks and drills. In addition, he excelled during the rigorous written test. Due to his preparation, drive, and proficiency, he separated himself from his peers and placed XX in the three day competition.


SSG BRAVO DISTINGUISHED HIMSELF BY PROVIDING EXCEPTIONAL MERITORIOUS SERVICE AND EXEMPLARY LEADERSHIP SKILLS AS A SPONSOR FOR THE 36TH SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE 2017 BEST WARRIOR COMPETITION. WITHOUT HESITATION, SSG BRAVO MENTORED THREE COMPETITORS WHO VOLUNTEERED ONE WEEK PRIOR TO THE BEST WARRIOR COMPETITION. HIS KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE IN WARRIOR TASK AND BATTLE DRILLS CONTRIBUTED TO THE SOLDIERS' MOTIVATION, CONFIDENCE, AND MORALE. SSG BRAVO'S MENTORSHIP AND DEDICATION REFLECTS GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, THE 36TH SUSTAINMENT BRIGADE AND THE TEXAS ARMY NATIONAL GUARD.


exceptional meritorious achievement as the NCO of the year for the 2017 combined best warrior competition. SOLDIERS NAME'S superior knowledge, expertise, and dedication are in keeping with the highest military traditions. His success and competitive spirit reflect great credit upon himself, the 451 Expeditionary Sustainment Command Best Warrior Competition and the United States Army.


Exceptional performance in the Best Warrior Competition (BWC) for the 787TH Combat Sustainment Support Battalion. SPC Goodman competed at the highest level and was the first place winner in the Enlisted category by a landslide and was the overall winner for the Battalion against NCOs and Enlisted alike. SPC Goodman scored in the top two percent or higher in every event of the BWC throughout the four days of competition.


While assigned to 3rd Platoon, Bravo Company 266th QM Battalion as an IET student, PVT Gomer was selected by the Battalion Sergeant Major to be recognized for his exceptional efforts while supporting the Best Warrior Competition. His professionalism represented the 266th Quartermaster Battalion favorably and contributed to a successful and competitive event.


Sergeant Costner served as cadre for the FY18 Regional Dental Health Command-Atlantic Best Warrior Competition. He was instrumental in evaluating the candidates' physical conditioning, Warrior Tasks, Land Orienteering, EST Weapon proficiency, and individual knowledge in order to select the best candidate as the Regional Dental Health Command Best Warrior for the NCO and Junior Enlisted.


Exceptional and outstanding achievement in representing Charlie Company during the 3rd Brigade's 2015 Best Warrior Competion from 8 March 2015 to 10 March 2015. Staff Sergeant Aiken's outstanding performance in achieving a score of 300 on the Physical Fitness Test and dedication to performance reflects great credit upon himself, 1-320th Regiment, 3rd Brigade, the 98th Training Division (IET) and the United States Army.






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