Video: Best Warrior Completion: Kuwait
Soldiers from seven different commands across the Army Central Command (ARCENT) start the first day of the 2012 Army Best Warrior Competition held the last week in April at Camp Buehring, Kuwait. 00;00;05;00 Sgt. 1st Class Brian Blanchard, from Austin, TX, a training Non-commissioned officer for the 364th Expeditionary Sustainment Command from Marysville, Wash., tells us about the coordination and effort put forth by him and his unit to put on this year’s Best Warrior Competition at Camp Buehring, Kuwait. 00;02;57;20 Sgt. Brandon Harris, from Seattle, Wash., the headquarters company training NCO for the 364th ESC talks about his role in the planning and execution of the Best Warrior Competition. 00;03;48;04 Spc. Donald Olson, from Marysville, Wash., and intelligence analyst with the 364th ESC, tells us his experience as he competes for top honors. 00;04;51;14 SPC. Katelyn Bowser, a human resources specialist from East Stroudburg, Penn., a member of the 728th Combat Services Support Brigade, from Lock Haven, Penn., relates how exhausted, but motivated she’s been during the competition. 00;05;18;19 Spc. Bryan Haworth (Hay-worth), from Las Cruces, N.M., an infantryman from D Co., 200th Infantry Regiment, serving with Task Force Sinai in Egypt, is enjoying the challenge and using his skills learned over the last three years in the Army National Guard. 00;05;45;15 Spc. Daniel Mercado, a mortuary affairs technician from Isabela, Puerto Rico, with the 264th Quartermaster Co. (Mortuary Affairs), from Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, has enjoyed the realism of scenarios and the use of a real helicopter for MEDEVAC. Produced by Sgt. Joe A. Villines. Also available in high definition.