Preparing to compete at this level requires a high amount of dedication and self-discipline. From written exams to essays, in addition to physical events, such as ruck marches and weapons qualification, this competition tests every facet of being a Soldier.
During the competition, Soldiers participated in events from land navigation, urban orienteering, reflexive fire, combatives tournament, a written essay and an oral board.
On the sunny midweek day visited recently, an older civilian worker was spending his lunchtime dozing under a shady patch of trees at the back of the grounds, not far from the remains of Italian prisoners of war and unknowns who aren’t thought to be Americans behind a hedge in Plot VIII.
CP 29 supports Army civilians who work in a variety of installation management related positions embedded at all levels, from installations to headquarters. Installation management employees work across a broad spectrum of services and capabilities.
A loud explosion suddenly disrupts a tranquil sunny morning at Schofield Barracks.