Approximately 40 U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from across the nation traveled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Calvin Reimold, Spc. Maria Casneiro, Spc. Larissa Peterson, Sgt. John Berry, Sgt. Rachel Diehm, and Sgt. William Ploeg )
The 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition continued with an unknown distance ruck and a Sergeants' Major Board.
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers compete in an 8 mile ruck march and participate in a Sergeants Major board during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 9, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. Rachel Diehm, Sgt. William Ploeg, Sgt. John Barry, and Spc. Larissa Peterson).
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers appeared before a Sergeants Major board as the culminating exercise of the Best Warrior Competition on Fort McCoy WI, Sept. 9, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. John Berry and Spc. Larissa Peterson)
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers completed a night/day land navigation course, testing their abilities to find and plot points in the pitch black Fort McCoy morning, Sept. 8, 2020. After their three hour hike through the thick brush, they enjoyed a hot meal and a brief respite from the action. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. John Berry, Spc. Larissa Peterson, and Calvin Reimold)
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers engaged a simulated Military Police exercise in the town of CACTF on Fort McCoy WI, Sept. 8, 2020. The simulation featured an entry control point, a lively town square, celebratory gunfire, high value targets, and hidden tunnels to weapon caches. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. John Berry and Spc. Larissa Peterson)
The 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition continued with an improvised explosive device detection lane, a military police exercise, land navigation, and an M4 live-fire night shoot.
U.S. Army Soldiers practice counter IED operations on Fort McCoy WI., Sept. 8, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. William Ploeg and Sgt. Rachel Diehm)
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers fire under the cover of darkness with the assistance of tube flares to illuminate targets on a 300-meter range on Fort McCoy WI., Sept. 8, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. William Ploeg and Sgt. Rachel Diehm)
The 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition continued with the Excellence in Competition Pistol range, M4, M17, and M26 "3 gun" lane, M249, M240B, M2 machine gun ranges, M320 grenade launcher, and a shoot house with UTM rounds.
The 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition continued with the obstacle course, a 12 mile Ruck March, range qualifications with the M17 and M4, and finally medical simulation lanes.
The 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition kicked off with the Army Combat Fitness Test and the German Basic Fitness Test and 100M swim as part of the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge test.
Approximately 50 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue.
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers conduct the Army Combat Fitness Test and the German Basic Fitness Test during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 5, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. Rachel Diehm and Sgt. William Ploeg.)
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers participate in the confidence and conditioning courses during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 5, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. Rachel Diehm, Sgt. William Ploeg, Spc. Larissa Peterson, and Sgt. John Berry
U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers conduct a Tactical Combat Casualty Care exercise at the Medical Skills Training Center during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 6, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. Rachel Diehm.)
U.S. Army Soldiers competing in the U.S. Army Reserve Command Best Warrior Competition, conduct a 12-mile ruck march to Army standards at Fort McCoy, WI., Sept. 6, 2020. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army video by Sgt. John Berry, Sgt. Rachel Diehm, Sgt. William Ploeg, Spc. Larissia Peterson)
U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competitors showcase their skills with the M4 Carbine and M17 Pistol. The M17 portion of the event includes qualifying for the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge and standard Army pistol qualification. The M4 event features the Army’s new barricade qualification standards with prone unsupported, prone supported, kneeling supported, standing supported, and a simulated chemical attack. Approximately 40 Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve video by Sgt. John Berry and Spc. Larissa Peterson)
The competitors met every challenge — from the new ACFT to a 12-mile ruck march to range skills testing — to vie for the top NCO and top Soldier spots in the U.S. Army Reserve in this year's command Best Warrior Competition. The 2019 winners are Sgt. Joshua Smith representing the 108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training), winning NCO, and Spc. Collin George with the 102nd Military Police Company, 200th Military Police Command, winning Soldier. They will represent America’s Army Reserve at the Department of the Army Best Warrior Competition later this year at Fort A.P. Hill, Virginia. Take a look back at the competition at https://www.usar.army.mil/ARBWC/

 

ARBWC graphicThe best from America's Army Reserve will compete for the title of Best Warrior at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 4-10, 2020.

Warriors representing seven Geographic Commands and 22 Functional Commands will spend the week competing in a variety of challenges including firing weapons, land navigation, the Army Physical Fitness Test, and various mystery events. These challenges will ultimately test their capabilities, combat-readiness, and lethality.

The two winners of the Army Reserve’s Soldier and NCO of the Year and will compete against winners from the major Army commands later this year.

Many of the Warriors' military backgrounds and experience cover the entire spectrum of the Army Reserve, to include deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, or Kuwait.

Their career fields include military police, engineering, medical, human resources and intelligence. They hail from across the country and around the world.


Media should contact Lt. Col. Simon Flake, Chief, Media Relations - simon.b.flake.mil@mail.mil or 910-750-8337; Mr. John Bradley, Deputy Chief, Media Relations - john.b.bradley2.civ@mail.mil or 910-570-8313; or Lt. Col. Anthony John, Media Relations Officer - anthony.e.john.mil@mail.mil or 910-570-8335. Interviews can be made available via satellite and B-roll, images, stories, and other audio-visual products are available upon request.

 

 

 

Best Warrior News
Rising to the next challenge, Sapper-qualified NCO wins Best Warrior for Army Reserve
Staff Sgt. Benjamin Latham, a U.S. Army Reserve combat engineer representing the 108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training), moves to a firing position on a machine gun qualification range during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 7. More than 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. Joseph Cathey)
Sept. 10, 2020 - Staff Sgt. Benjamin Latham rose from his chair on a cool, overcast September afternoon, and stood among his peers and superiors as they showered him in applause. As his teammates from the notorious “Team 7” chanted their trademark “Luck-y! Luck-y! Luck-y!” Latham approached the stage at the outdoor ceremony for the third time in rapid succession.

Soldier endures week-long competition to win Army Reserve Best Warrior title
Spc. Stanley Thompson, a U.S. Army Reserve indirect fire infantryman, representing the 108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training), participates in a three-gun transition range that includes the M26 shotgun, M4 carbine and M17 pistol during the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 7. Forty-four Soldiers from across the nation travelled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Spc. Zachary Johnson)
Sept. 10, 2020 - A young Soldier from Sacramento, California, with ambitions of becoming a drill sergeant won the title of Soldier of the Year in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition, with winners announced at a ceremony Sept. 10.

U.S. Army Reserve announces 2020 Best Warrior Competition Winners
Spc. Stanley T. Thompson (left), a U.S. Army Reserve indirect fire infantryman from Sacramento, California, representing the 95th Training Division (Initial Entry Training), 108th Training Command (Initial Entry Training), receives the Army Commendation Medal and a trophy from Command Sgt. Maj. Andrew Lombardo, U.S. Army Reserve command sergeant major, for winning Soldier of the Year in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 10. More than 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to compete in this year’s Best Warrior, hosted from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings in the best Soldiers across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events, which test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)
Sept. 10, 2020 - Staff Sgt. Benjamin L. Latham, a Sapper-qualified combat engineer from Joliet, Illinois, won the title of Noncommissioned Officer of the Year, and Spc. Stanley T. Thompson, an indirect fire infantryman from Sacramento, California, won in the category of Soldier of the Year.

Army Reserve brings Best Warrior Competition to Wisconsin
Master Sgt. Derek Fontaine, one of the two leads in charge of planning, organizing and executing the 2020 Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition, stands watch while Soldiers go through an evaluated lane at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, Sept. 8, 2020. More than 40 Soldiers from across the nation traveled to Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, to compete in the 2020 U.S. Army Reserve Best Warrior Competition from Sept. 4-10, 2020. The 2020 BWC is an annual competition that brings together the best Soldiers from across the U.S. Army Reserve to earn the title of “Best Warrior” among their peers. Competitors are evaluated on their individual ability to adapt to and overcome challenging scenarios and battle-focused events that test their technical and tactical abilities under stress and extreme fatigue. (Courtesty photo)
Sept. 8, 2020 - The U.S. Army Reserve’s Best Warrior Competition is an intense and brutal challenge for only the most skilled Soldiers. Competitors put their warrior skills to the test across more than a dozen demanding events, including weapons qualification, a 12-mile ruck march, and ambush scenarios.

79th Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers Compete for “Top Squad” Title
A participant in the 79th Theater Sustainment Command's 2020 Best Warrior/Top Squad/Top Junior Officer competition, takes part in an equipement shake-down in the early morning hours of July 15, 2020, at Fort Hunter Liggett, Calif. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Alexandra Hays)
Aug. 11, 2020 - More than 40 enlisted Soldiers and junior officers competed for a chance to be called “Best Warrior” at the 79th Theater Sustainment Command’s Best Warrior/Top Squad/Top Junior Officer Competition July 14-18, 2020, held at Fort Hunter Liggett, California.

311th ESC participates in 79th TSC Best “Top Squad” Warrior Competition
Soldiers from the 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary), 2nd Lt. Dylan Dang, 155th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, Pfc. Octavio Nolasco, 227th Inland Cargo Transportation Company, Command Sgt. Maj. Denise Lagana, 311th ESC command sergeant major, Spc. Gabriel Vasquez, 330th Transportation Battalion, Cpl. Daniel Hernandez, 693rd Quartermaster Company, and Pfc. Michael Rubio, 163rd Ordnance Company, traveled to Fort Hunter Liggett to participate in the 79th Theater Sustainment Command’s “Top Squad” Best Warrior Competition July 14-18.
July 28, 2020 - Led by Command Sgt. Maj. Denise Lagana, 311th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) command sergeant major, Soldiers from the 311th ESC traveled to Fort Hunter Liggett to participate in the 79th Theater Sustainment Command’s “Top Squad” Best Warrior Competition July 14-18.

FAQs: COVID-19 impact to the U.S. Army Reserve
May 19, 2020 - These questions have been submitted by Soldiers to various U.S. Army Reserve social media websites. Here, Soldiers may find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Remote Training During COVID-19
Michelle Adams uses a SCATT trainer to practice - at home while wearing pajamas. Simulations devices allow remote Postal Match opportunities and training options when conditions prevent congregating.
March 31, 2020 - For times when circumstances and expense prevent Soldiers from congregating for training, remote training simulators allow inexpensive, yet effective, skill development.

Army Reserve Soldiers compete in chemical brigade’s Best Warrior Competition
Command Sergeant Major Charles Scheels (left), command sergeant major, 415th Chemical Brigade, 76th Operational Response Command stands next to Sgt. Alexander Garvey, a chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear specialist assigned to the 327th Chemical Company, after presenting Garvey with an Army Commendation Medal following the Brigade's Best Warrior Competition Jan. 8, 2020, at McCrady Training Center, South Carolina. Garvey, the brigade's Best Warrior noncommissioned officer will move on to compete at the 76th Operational Response Command Best Warrior Competition in April. (U.S. Army Reserve Photo by Master Sgt. Jacob Boyer/RELEASED)
Jan. 15, 2020 - A pair of Army Reserve Soldiers distinguished themselves as the 415th Chemical Brigade’s top noncommissioned officer and junior enlisted Soldier during the brigade’s Best Warrior Competition held here Jan. 4-8.

Sgt. Non and Spc. Smith are top in 5th MB BWC
Command Sgt. Major  Elijah Moore (center) of the 5th. Medical Brigade out of Birmingham, Alabama poses with the 5th. Med. 2020 Best Warrior Competition winners Spc. Andrew Smith (left) and Sgt. Gabriella Non (right) on Ft. McClellan, Alabama Nov. 17, 2019. Spc. Smith was the Soldier BWC winner and Sgt. Non was the NCO BWC winner. (U.S. Army Reserve photo by Sgt. First Class Anthony Mitchell)
Nov. 20, 2019 - The 5th Med. Bde. Conducted their Best Warrior Competition to determine who will represent them at the 3rd Medical Command Deployment Support BWC in early 2020. The contest was held at Ft. McClellan, where soldiers were tested in physical fitness, Army knowledge, a ruck march and land navigation among others. Six soldiers competed for two titles, Non-Commissioned Officer and Junior Enlisted Best Warriors.

645th Regional Support Command Soldiers compete in Best Warrior Competition
U.S. Army Reserve Spc. Oliver Mepham, from the 431st Quartermaster Company, right, receives a specialized dog tag from Sgt. Maj. Richard Hagar, with the 645th Regional Support Group, at the halfway point of the ruck march event at the 645th RSG's Best Warrior Competition at Fort Custer, Michigan, Nov. 6, 2019. These dog tags were used by the cadre to confirm all the competitors had made it through the entire course (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Adam Parent)
Nov. 12, 2019 - U.S. Army Reserve Soldiers from the 645th Regional Support Group came together to participate in a Best Warrior Competition.

Retention Event Creates 100% Qualification Rate
Retention and training event hosted at Camp Atterbury by the U.S. Army Reserve Marksmanship Program consisted of a mix of precision and timed action shooting events shot on paper, pop-up, and steel targets from 25 to 400 meters with an ACFT component. The event also included a formal qualification with a 100% go rate among all participants.
Sept. 5, 2019 - Quality Army Reserve events maximize Soldier retention while providing enhanced training.
2020 Best Warrior Winners

Staff Sgt. Benjamin Latham

Staff Sgt. Benjamin Latham
NCO of the Year
Representing the 108th Training Command

Spc. Stanley Thompson

Spc. Stanley Thompson
Soldier of the Year
Representing the 108th Training Command

  • Previous ARBWC Winners

    2019
    Sgt. Joshua Smith
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    Spc. Collin George
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2018
    Sgt. Chase Craig
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    Spc. John Mundey
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2017
    Cpl. Carlo Deldonno
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    Spc. Kenny Ochoa
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2016
    Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Moeller*
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    *Dept. of the Army NCO of the Year

    Spc. Michael Orozco
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2015
    Staff. Sgt. Andrew Fink*
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    *Dept. of the Army NCO of the Year

    Spc. Bryce Parker
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2014
    Staff Sgt. Landon Nordby
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Keegan Carlson
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2013
    Sgt. 1st Class Jason Manella*
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    *Dept. of the Army NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Mitchell Fromm
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2012
    Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Rios
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Michael Swan
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2011
    Sgt. Christopher Coucho
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Ryan Barger
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2010
    Sgt. David Ryder
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Joshua McDowell
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2009
    Staff Sgt. Aaron Butler
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    Spc. Shiloh Becher
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year


    2008
    Sgt. Francisco Gutierrez
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year

    Spc. David Obray*
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year

    *Dept. of the Army Soldier of the Year


    2007
    Sgt. Edward Chisholm
    U.S. Army Reserve NCO of the Year 

    Spc. Brian Hancock
    U.S. Army Reserve Soldier of the Year

View FEATURE PROFILES of previous U.S. Army Reserve winners at the Dept. of the Army Best Warrior competition.
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