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Home Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital senior enlisted leader, provides an in-brief to the hospital’s Best Leader Competition participants at the hospital Feb. 11. BACH’s Best Leader competition recognizes those Soldiers demonstrating superb military bearing and communication skills, knowledge of various military subjects, and the ability to perform a variety of Soldier skills. (U.S. Army) Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital senior enlisted leader, provides an in-brief to the hospital’s Best Leader Competition participants at the hospital Feb. 11. BACH’s Best Leader competition recognizes those Soldiers demonstrating superb military bearing and communication skills, knowledge of various military subjects, and the ability to perform a variety of Soldier skills. (U.S. Army)

Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital senior enlisted leader, provides an in-brief to the hospital’s Best Leader Competition participants at the hospital Feb. 11. BACH’s Best Leader competition recognizes those Soldiers demonstrating superb military bearing and communication skills, knowledge of various military subjects, and the ability to perform a variety of Soldier skills. (U.S. Army)

Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital senior enlisted leader, provides an in-brief to the hospital’s Best Leader Competition participants at the hospital Feb. 11. BACH’s Best Leader competition recognizes those Soldiers demonstrating superb military bearing and communication skills, knowledge of various military subjects, and the ability to perform a variety of Soldier skills. (U.S. Army)

Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital senior enlisted leader, provides an in-brief to the hospital’s Best Leader Competition participants at the hospital Feb. 11. BACH’s Best Leader competition recognizes those Soldiers demonstrating superb military bearing and communication skills, knowledge of various military subjects, and the ability to perform a variety of Soldier skills. (U.S. Army)

From left, Col. Vincent B. Myers and Command Sgt. Maj. Daniel Santiago, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital command team, congratulate Capt. Joshua Lockwood, Sgt. Derrick Hise and Sgt. Sangoh Choi for winning the hospital’s first ever Best Leader Competition, Feb. 15 -17, on Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The competition originated from Soldier and NCO of the Year Competitions, but with the inclusion of commissioned officers O1 to O3, was renamed Best Leader. (U.S. Army)
Sgt. 1st Class Jennifer Westerman, non-commissioned officer in charge of Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s Medical Specialties Department, conducts a safety brief before the marksmanship qualification for competitors in the hospital’s Best Leader Competition, Feb. 15. The Best Leader Competition is designed to promote “Esprit De Corps” while recognizing Soldiers, NCOs, and Officers who demonstrate commitment to the Army values and embody the Warrior Ethos. (U.S. Army)