Watch your head
By Ms. Gloria Montgomery (Army Medicine)
April 24, 2017 1 / 1 Sgt. Francis Danso slithers through muddy waters to avoid getting snagged during an obstacle course challenge as part of the Army Medicine Regional Health Command-Central's Best Warrior competition, held April 10-14 at Fort Hood, Texas, and hosted by Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center. Danso, representing Irwin Army Community Hospital, Fort Riley, Kan., earned top honors in both the physical fitness test and the combined written test and essay event. Originally from Africa, Danso's hometown is Brooklyn Center, Minn. VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Medicine Regional Health Command-Central held its Best Warrior competition April 10-14 at Fort Hood, Texas. The event featured 22 warriors, who represented Army military treatment facilities in Texas, California, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri, would battle it out in a series of events that generated lessons in composure, stamina, endurance and survival. The top two competitors would go on to earn Soldier of the Year and Non-Commissioned Officer of the Year honors.
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