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Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in the AZDEMA Leader Spotlight series, a collection of features about the diverse experience and leadership perspectives of Arizona guardsmen. Join the conversation on social media using #AZNGleaderspotlight.

a brass bullet casing is ejected from a soldiers rifle as he fires at pop up targets
female soldier records her shot group on her rifle target
soldiers running on a dirt road
a female soldier attempts to reassemble a machine gun
two soldiers study a map prior to a land navigation event
A female soldier speaks with other soldiers as she prepares for a land navigation event
A soldiers hand hold down a map as he plots his points for a land navigation event
a male soldier attempts to assemble a radio while a female judge looks on

FLORENCE, Ariz.–Arizona Army National Guard Soldiers representing the best from their respective units gathered at Florence Military Reservation April 2-3 to compete to be the best junior enlisted, noncommissioned officer and first sergeant at this year’s best warrior competition.

Three first sergeants, nine

Cocopah Indian Tribe signed a memorandum of agreement to become an IPAWS COG on February 17, 2016.

FLAGSTAFF--Emergencies and disasters are mostly unpredictable; so, when they do happen, time is of the essence. Timely, coordinated and actionable communication between governments and their publics can reduce the impact of disasters on people and property.

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