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Pfc. Brian Foster: Following in his father’s Special Forces footprint…

Posted by armypao75 on July 7, 2009

Pfc. Foster hopes Best Warrior Competition will be an important step in his Army career.

Pfc. Foster hopes Best Warrior Competition will be an important step in his Army career.

Pfc. Brian S. Foster, a Killeen, Texas, native and intelligence analyst with 7/158th Aviation Regiment located at Fort Hood, is one of only 28 Soldiers in the 206-000-strong Army Reserve competing to be the Best Warrior.

Foster is a 2008 graduate of Killeen High School.  Though he has only been in the Army Reserve for two years, Foster was selected due to his outstanding performance to represent his command.

Foster grew up in the Army.  His father is a master sergeant with 22 years of service, much of it in Special Forces.  He is currently assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group at Eglin Air Force Base.

“I have wanted to be in the Army since I was a child,” said Foster.  “I see this competition as an opportunity to better myself as a Soldier and prove I can be the best. 

Foster has been selected to attend the Army Air Assault school.  He also plans to attend college, earn a commission as an Army officer, and eventually join the Special Forces.

“The Army Reserve is giving me the experience as an enlisted Soldier that will ultimately make me a better officer,” said Foster.

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