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Conventional Army Teams Snag Top Spots at Best Ranger Competition

Two captains from the Army's 101st Airborne Division have earned first place in this year's Best Ranger Competition, a title they earned together the first time in 2014. The David E. Grange Jr. Best Ranger Competition is a physically and mentally exhausting three-day competition that puts two-member, Ranger-qualified teams through a series of tactical challenges involving weapons ranges, forced marches, obstacle courses, Ranger skill tests, and night land navigation. Capts. John Bergman and Michael Rose... more


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