• Sgt. Connor Loehr (left) won MEDCOM's NCO of the Year for 2014 and Spc. Travis Crook (right) won MEDCOM's Soldier of the Year for 2014.

    MEDCOM NCO and Soldier of Year 2014

    Sgt. Connor Loehr (left) won MEDCOM's NCO of the Year for 2014 and Spc. Travis Crook (right) won MEDCOM's Soldier of the Year for 2014.

  • Sgt. Connor Loehr, Radiology Specialist at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital, Fort Polk, won MEDCOM's Best Warrior Competition NCO for 2014.

    Sgt. Connor Loehr

    Sgt. Connor Loehr, Radiology Specialist at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital, Fort Polk, won MEDCOM's Best Warrior Competition NCO for 2014.

  • Spc. Travis Crook, Medical Laboratory Specialist at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine won MEDCOM's Best Warrior Competition Soldier of the Year 2014.

    Spc. Travis Crook

    Spc. Travis Crook, Medical Laboratory Specialist at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine won MEDCOM's Best Warrior Competition Soldier of the Year 2014.

  • MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition

    MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition

    MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition

The U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) announced the winners of the Best Warrior Competition 2014 during a reception at Fort Sam Houston, Texas May 9.

The winners of the MEDCOM Best Warrior Competition were Sgt. Connor Loehr and Spc. Travis Crook. Loehr is a radiology specialist at Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital, Fort Polk. Crook is a medical laboratory specialist at the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), Natick, Mass.

The weeklong competition at Camp Bullis, Texas was a series of challenging events meant to test the physical and mental stamina and warrior task knowledge of each competitor to select the 'best of the best' to represent MEDCOM at the Army-wide Best Warrior Competition later this year. The competition consisted of the Army physical fitness test, weapons qualification, warrior tasks, mystery events, day and night land navigation, a written exam with essay, 12-mile road march and an oral board.

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