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Spc. Ludwig, ARMEDCOM’s Soldier of the Year

Posted by armypao75 on July 8, 2009

Ludwig_croppedA Townsend, Mont., Soldier is competing in the Army Reserve’s prestigious “Best Warrior Competition” at Fort McCoy, Wis., from 13-17 July.  Spc. Christopher J. Ludwig, a healthcare specialist with the 4225th U.S. Army Hospital in Ft. Harrison, Mont., was one of only 28 Soldiers in the 206,000-strong Army Reserve to be selected to compete for this honor.  

Ludwig, a 2003 graduate of Broadwater High School, has been in the Army almost two years.  Ludwig is Combat Lifesaver and Combatives Level 1 certified.  He is currently pursuing a degree in Bio-Chemistry from Minnesota State University Moorhead

Ludwig was the Soldier of the Year for the Army Reserve Medical CommandWatch ARMEDCOM videos here.

In his civilian occupation, Ludwig is a wildland firefighter for the U.S. Forest Service.  Ludwig’s goals are completing college and attending Ranger, Airborne, and Air Assault courses.

Both Ludwig’s father –and mother—served in the Army.

“I want to test myself against the best the Army Reserve has to offer,” said Ludwig.

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