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FORT BENNING, Ga.--April 21, 2007--Master Sgt. Walt Zajkowski and Maj. Liam Collins, of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command, Fort Bragg, N.C., show remarkable determination and skill on day three of the Army's Best Ranger Competition. The team finished first at the Camp Darby obstacle course and the Helocast, making them the winners of the 2007 Army Best Ranger Competition. Photo by David K. Dismukes, Fort Benning Public Affairs

The 2007 Best Ranger Competition 2007 is the 24th anniversary of this grueling three day athletic competition. It featured the best athletes in the world; our United States Army RANGERS! The competition has evolved over the past twenty years from one that was originally created to salute the best two-man "buddy" team in the Ranger Department at Fort Benning, GA, to  a competition to determine the best two-man team from the entire United States Armed Forces. The Best Ranger Competition is held on Fort Benning and is open to the public.

Here's some of the highlights from this year's competition which wrapped up on April 22nd:

And the two winners, Master Sgt. Walt Zajkowski and Maj. Liam Collins, of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command, interviewed on Fox and Friends:

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