21st TSC’s best medics put skills to test in Best Medic Competition

21st TSC’s best medics put skills to test in Best Medic Competition

The 2018 21st Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) Best Medic Competition took place at the end of August, in which soldiers tested their medical skills, physical fitness, and basic Soldier tasks

The 2018 21st Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) Best Medic Competition took place at the end of August, in which soldiers from Regional Health Command Europe, 18th Military Police Brigade, and 30th Medical Brigade, among others, tested their medical skills, physical fitness, and basic Soldier tasks during the four-day trial.

The competition was split into two teams. One team comprised of competitors from the 30th Medical Brigade and the 21st Theater Sustainment Command, and the other team comprised of competitors from Regional Health Command Europe.

Capt. Stona Jackson and Sergeant 1st Class Steven Lockwood won the competition for Regional Health Command-Europe while 1st Lt Keith Ammerman and Sgt Jake Weingartz, won from 30th Medical Brigade. They were recognised during the closing ceremony, and now advance to the Department of the Army-level competition, the 2018 Command Sgt. Maj. Jack L. Clark Best Medic Competition at Camp Bullis, Texas.

The 21st Theater Sustainment Command is lead organisation for all sustainment activities for US Army Europe. Team 21 provides combat engineers, military police and medical professionals during partnership training and other operations supporting US Army Europe, NATO, US European Command, US Africa Command and US Central Command. Headquartered in Kaiserslautern, Germany, Team 21 is comprised of more than 10 subordinate units positioned throughout Strong Europe’s area of responsibility.