Got a warrior you think is pretty awesome? Well we want to hear about them and recognize them! Just fill out the form below to nominate your active, guard, reserves service member and we will pick one deserving Warrior each week to recognize. Be sure to fill out the form completely and thoroughly.

Family, friends, co-workers, supervisors, etc. can nominate their Warrior. Nominees MUST be currently serving in our military and can be stationed anywhere and serving in any branch.


Each Warrior of the Week will receive a Dinner for Two from the Bossier City Texas Roadhouse!

W.O.T.W. winners will be announced weekly on our Warrior Network Social Media platforms and be featured on this page!


The Fine Print: Please know that we do this once a week and that means there are only 52 Warriors we can recognize and thousands of Warriors deserving a recognition. Nominations do not guarantee recognition. Our Warrior Network Staff Team will select Warriors each week based on what makes them stand out from the pack.

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These have been nominated and selected as our Warrior's of the Week!

  • TSgt Mitchell Sullivan - NCOIC Pharmacy

    October 4, 2018

    Being submitted by a supervisor is great, but when we read the words from TSgt Mitchell's coworkers and peers we wanted to recognize him for his amazing Airmanship, mentorship and LEADERSHIP!

    "He knows when to be understanding and supportive but he also knows when it is time to challenge Airmen to be better and do better"

    "He did not give up on me. When he came to Barksdale AFB I was at the point in my career where I was ready to get out and be done. Through the mentorship and guidance, my flame was reignited to care about the military and decide to reenlist."

    We can't say thanks enough for the impact this servant leader is making on Barksdale AFB, but we can say thanks and send him to dinner donated by Texas Roadhouse.