FORT DRUM, N.Y. — Most commanders have at least three top priorities at any one time. Some have ten. But during his recent commander's update brief, Lt. Col. Frank LeDuc hit a new Army record when he issued his 50th number one priority. “We’d been hung up on 45 number one priorities for a few days,” said Capt. Jack Frontenac, Alpha Company commander. “But the boss came back from meetings up at division and brigade all fired up. We got directive guidance on marksmanship, medical training, fitness and motorcycle safety. Each top priority was more important, more vital than the last."