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Texas Hosts Intense US Army Best Medic Competition PDF Print E-mail
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO (KNWA) -- The 2018 U.S. Army Best Medic Competition will be conducted Sept. 16-20, at Joint Base San Antonio (Camp Bullis), Texas. 

The event will be hosted by MEDCOM and conducted by the U.S. Army Medical Department Center and School. It is a two-soldier team competition that physically and intellectually challenges the Army's best medics in a 72-hour demanding, continuous and realistic simulated operational environment, according to the news release. 

There are nearly 34,000 combat medic soldiers in the entire U.S. Army. Of those medics, only 42 soldiers have made it to the finals, according to the U.S. Army Medical Command. 

This event is open to all Active Duty, Reserve and National Guard medical soldiers who have earned the Expert Field Medical Badge or the Combat Medical Badge. 

Medical Soldiers are assigned to every type of command in the Army’s Active Component, U.S. Army Reserve and Army National Guard.

The start of the competition will begin with the much-talked-about Army Combat Fitness Test. The Army announced earlier this year they will implement a new fitness test for soldiers beginning in 2020. 
 
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