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Sandhurst 2019 Award Winners

Watch the Award Ceremony Live Here: https://youtu.be/JiC7wZS9cpk

Sandhurst is the world’s premier international academy military skills competition that inspires excellence through rigorous physical and mental challenges that reflect the tempo, uncertainty and tasks of combat operations. The competition strengthens relationships with our allies and partners to foster multi-national cohesion and interoperability and showcases the tenacity and grit of future leaders of the Armed Forces across the world. 

The quality of the competition is maintained with a 50-team threshold filled with the best competitors from USMA regimental teams, Cadet Command’s Ranger Challenge program, international partners and other service academies.
This year’s competition is a two-day course with 13 day and night events that are individual, squad skill mastery and leader focused. 
 

 

 

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Congratulations to all the Sandhurst Military Skills Competitors

1. USMA (Black)/ 2. USMA D2/ 3. North Georgia/ 4. USMA (Gold)/ 5. USMA H2/ 6. UK (Blue)/ 7. Japan/ 8. Canada/ 9. USAFA/ 10. Australia/ 11. Chile/ 12. Mexico/ 13. UK (Red)/ 14. USMA E3/ 15. USMA F1/ 16. Marquette/ 17. USMA B4/ 18. Utah Valley/ 19. USMA D1/ 20. Denmark/ 21. Cal Poly/ 22. Creighton/ 23. Germany/ 24. USNA/ 25. Central State/ 26. Korea/ 27. VMI/ 28. USCGA/ 29. Austin Peay/ 30. Florida State/ 31. USMA E2/ 32. Embry-Riddle/ 33. USMA (Grey)/ 34. USMA C3/ 35. Brazil/ 36. USMA H4/ 37. USMA A4/ 38. USMA I3/ 39. Lehigh University/ 40. Johns Hopkins/ 41. USMA H1/ 42. Tarelton State/ 43. Edinboro/ 44. Hawaii/ 45. Delaware University/ 46. Thailand/ 47. Colombia/ 48. Greece/ 49. USMAPS

 

 

 

Sandhurst Military Skills Competition

Hosted by West Point since 1967, the competition encompasses 49 teams representing 13 international military academies, 16 Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs, and four U.S. service academies that compete in a rigorous 27-mile course to test individual and squad mastery of military skills.

“The Sandhurst competition teaches cadets the mental and physical toughness, the relentlessness and the discipline that’s necessary to work as a team to accomplish the mission,” said Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams, U.S. Military Academy Superintendent. “It also strengthens relationships with our allies and partners to foster multi-national cohesion and interoperability while showcasing the tenacity and grit of future military leaders from across the world.”

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Sandhurst Military Skills Competition

Hosted by West Point since 1967, the competition encompasses 49 teams representing 13 international military academies, 16 Reserve Officers' Training Corps programs, and four U.S. service academies that compete in a rigorous 27-mile course to test individual and squad mastery of military skills.

“The Sandhurst competition teaches cadets the mental and physical toughness, the relentlessness and the discipline that’s necessary to work as a team to accomplish the mission,” said Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams, U.S. Military Academy Superintendent. “It also strengthens relationships with our allies and partners to foster multi-national cohesion and interoperability while showcasing the tenacity and grit of future military leaders from across the world.”

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