SPC Christina V. Williams  SSG Adam White  PFC Bryant Sheehy  SGT Zachary Rosser  SGT Joshua D. Parrish  PFC Weng Ong  SGT Casey S. Milton  SSG George A. Marshall  SPC Nickolaus King  
SSG Mark A. Giauque  SSG Andrew D. Majors  SGT Michael Coleman  SPC Thomas C. Boyd  SPC Gerald M. Batey  SPC Shonnie J. Almeida  

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 WARRIOR CHALLENGE    SECTIONS
Warrior Challenge is a U.S. Army, Pacific competition designed to find the best Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) and Soldier in the Pacific. Over the four-day competition, Soldiers are tested on their Army knowledge, physical and mental stamina. At the end of the competition, points are tallied and the highest scoring NCO and Soldier are chosen as NCO and Soldier of the Year.

Warrior Challenge 2014 Winners

NCO of the Year

Soldier of the Year

Staff Sgt. Adam White
Headquarters and Headquarters Co, 1-501 Infantry Battalion (Airborne), 4th Brigade 25th Inf. Div.
Fort Richardson, AK

Spc. Thomas Boyd
Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment, 500th Military Intelligence Brigade
Fort Shafter, HI


 
 
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Warrior Task Testing
Competitors of the 2014 USARPAC Warrior Challenge take part in the Warrior Task Testing portion of the competition. The four day competition, hosted at Schofield Barracks, pushes the Soldiers and NCOs ...More
 
Urban Orienteering by Nignt
Competitors of the 2014 USARPAC Warrior Challenge take part in the night time Urban Orienteering Course portion of the competition. The four day competition, hosted at Schofield Barracks, pushes the ...More
 
Pre-Combat Inspection
Soldiers from U.S. Army Pacific conducted the first task in the 2014 USARPAC Warrior Challenge Competition, the Pre-Combat Inspection. During the Pre-Combat Inspection, Soldiers layout their individual ...More
 
Mystery Events
Competitors of the 2014 USARPAC Warrior Challenge take part in the mystery events portion of the competition. The four day competition, hosted at Schofield Barracks, pushes the Soldiers and NCOs through ...More
 
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