• FORT BRAGG, N.C. - Sgt. Joshua Jenkins from the 351st Civil Affairs Command fires at paper targets at Range 43 during a reflexive fire exercise for the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne)'s annual Best Warrior Competition held here on Jun 15.  Jenkins is competing against 13 other Soldiers and Noncommissioned Officers from across the nation to take home this year's Best Warrior of the Year NCO category. USACAPOC (A) is roughly five percent of the U.S. Army Reserve Command's force and is responsible for around 20 percent of the Arm Reserve deployments. The command is comprised of nearly 12,000 Soldiers in 67 units across 31 states and Puerto Rico.

    Down Range

    FORT BRAGG, N.C. - Sgt. Joshua Jenkins from the 351st Civil Affairs Command fires at paper targets at Range 43 during a reflexive fire exercise for the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne)'s annual Best Warrior Competition...

  • A Soldier with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne) follows instructions during a walk through drill prior to a reflexive fire exercise on Range 43 here on Jun 15. Sgt. Joshua Jenkins is competing against 13 other Soldiers and Noncommissioned Officers from across the nation to take home this year's Best Warrior of the Year NCO category. USACAPOC (A) is roughly five percent of the U.S. Army Reserve Command's force and is responsible for around 20 percent of the Arm Reserve deployments. The command is comprised of nearly 12,000 Soldiers in 67 units across 31 states and Puerto Rico.

    Reflexive Fire

    A Soldier with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne) follows instructions during a walk through drill prior to a reflexive fire exercise on Range 43 here on Jun 15. Sgt. Joshua Jenkins is competing against 13 other...

  • Spc. Caquent Weems, a Soldier with The U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne)'s 1st Training Brigade fires her M16A2 at 50 meter targets on Range 43 here on June 15, prior to qualifying for the command's annual Best Warrior Competition. Weems is competing  against 13 other Soldiers and Noncommissioned Officers from across the nation to take home this year's Best Warrior of the Year Soldier category. USACAPOC (A) is roughly five percent of the U.S. Army Reserve Command's force and is responsible for around 20 percent of the Arm Reserve deployments. The command is comprised of nearly 12,000 Soldiers in 67 units across 31 states and Puerto Rico.

    Sighting Down

    Spc. Caquent Weems, a Soldier with The U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne)'s 1st Training Brigade fires her M16A2 at 50 meter targets on Range 43 here on June 15, prior to qualifying for the command's annual Best Warrior...

  • Staff Sgt. Patrick Easley from the 415th Civil Affairs Battalion studies his shot groups to determine what adjustments he needs on his M16A2 on Range 43 here June 15, prior to qualifying for the command's annual Best Warrior Competition. The U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations (Airborne)'s annual Best Warrior Competition host 14 Soldiers and Noncommissioned Officers from across the nation to compete for this year's Best Warrior of the Year Soldier and NCO category. USACAPOC (A) is roughly five percent of the U.S. Army Reserve Command's force and is responsible for around 20 percent of the Arm Reserve deployments. The command is comprised of nearly 12,000 Soldiers in 67 units across 31 states and Puerto Rico.

    Checking Shot Groups

    Staff Sgt. Patrick Easley from the 415th Civil Affairs Battalion studies his shot groups to determine what adjustments he needs on his M16A2 on Range 43 here June 15, prior to qualifying for the command's annual Best Warrior Competition. The U.S. Army...

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