Army Reserve announces 2013 Best Warrior Competition Winners

June 28, 2013
There were 39 soldiers representing the major Army Reserve commands who were tested against one another on their basic Soldier skills to include warrior tasks and training, written exams, and the more physical events such a 10km ruck march and the Army Physical Fitness Test.  
 
After months of preparation there can only be two Soldiers awarded the title of "2013 United States Army Reserve Best Warrior". Spc. Mitchell Fromm and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Manella are the "2013 United States Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition" winners.
 
Meet your winners: Spc. Mitchell Fromm and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Manella
 
Spc. Mitchell  Fromm, “2013 Best Warrior” Soldier Category
 
 
Army Reserve Spc. Mitchell Fromm, represents the 428th Engineer Company, Wausau, Wis.  Click here to learn more about Spc. Fromm.
 
To see additional photos of Spc. Fromm during the competition click here.
 
Sgt. 1st Class Jason Manella, “2013 Best Warrior” Noncommissioned Officer Category

Army Reserve Sgt. 1st Class Jason J. Manella, Bravo Company, 445th U.S. Army Civil Affairs Battalion Mountain View, Calif.   Click here to learn more about Sgt. 1st Class Manella.

To see additional photos of Sgt. 1st Class Jason Manella during the competition click here.

Both Soldiers will represent the Army Reserve in the Army’s 2013 Best Warrior Competition.

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