Blanchfield Army Community Hospital and Fort Campbell played host to nearly 40 soldiers competing for the title of Regional Health Command – Atlantic, Best Warrior. Seventeen medical treatment facilities in the region sent their best to compete in the five-day event. Competitors were tested on their Army aptitude through warfare medical simulations, board interviews and physical fitness tests. They were also graded on personal appearance, individual knowledge of Army history and policy, and media relations. The event also included written exams and warrior tasks and battle drills relevant to today’s operating environment. From this competition, one non-commissioned officer and one junior enlisted soldier will go on to represent the region at the U.S. Army Medical Command Best Warrior competition July 24 – 28 at Camp Bullis, Texas.