WPW: You play, America wins

NGMTC WPW Participation 2018
by Kathrine Grandori, Sgt. National Guard Marksmanship Training Center

ROBINSON MANEUVER TRAINING CENTER, Ark. – The Winston P. Wilson National Championships at the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center will begin in April 2018. Several states have already submitted their letters of intent (LOI), as of March 3, 2018, and the goal is to have all 50 states and territories participate.

Many may think that this competition is only valuable as a “play to win,” but when it comes to marksmanship in the National Guard, we must “train to win.” Every competition is an opportunity to increase readiness and learn new skills. Marksmen always learn from other participants and improve their skills. That knowledge will return to their home states and fellow service members.

The NGMTC will be tracking confirmations to attend on this map. Be proactive with your marksmanship program and help NGMTC achieve the goal of participation across all 50 states and territories in 2018. Contact your state marksmanship training coordinator (SMC) or marksmanship regional coordinator (MAC) to get involved.

Click here for more information on 2018 WPW Sniper, Machine gun, and small arms, as well as AFSAM and CNGB.

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2017 MAC 1 & 2 Marksmanship Championships

Vermont Guardsmen outshoot rest of regions 1 & 2 in marksman competition
~Over 100 Soldiers and Airmen compete in the MAC Regional Eastern Conference

By Sgt. Joshua Frick, National Guard Marksmanship Training Center

Event Photos      Ceremony Photos     Results

FORT INDIANTOWN GAP, Pennsylvania – The National Guard held the Marksmanship Advisory Council region one and two small arms championship at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania near Hershey, Pennsylvania 24-27 August 2017.

National Guard Soldiers from Vermont Team Alpha took 1st Place in the overall competition, and Pennsylvania National Guard natives Team Alpha took home 2nd place overall. They competed against 112 fellow Guardsmen from 21 teams over 4 days for the honors.

The training offers shooters a chance to train in the operationalization of shooting, engaging targets from multiple positions, including the sitting, kneeling, standing, moving and running positions.

During the four-day competition, the competitors shot over 20,000 rounds of 5.56mm and 12,000 rounds of 9mm ammunition.

While the championship offered the teams a chance at a little friendly, inter-state rivalry, the training value and camaraderie gained during the matches is immeasurable.

For some of these Soldiers, it doesn’t end at being a prime marksman and just competing in shooting competitions. A select number of them are, also, mentors that teach advanced marksmanship skills to Soldiers and Airmen across the nation as experts in the small arms weapons field.

Most of these Soldiers spend their own time, money and fuel to go out and practice on their own for these competitions. Getting to see their improvement over the course of these matches and getting rewarded for placing in the top percentile for their efforts is a great thing. These improvements are often lessons learned from the past that they can then take back to their units and can be taught to improve unit operational readiness.

MAC 1 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. Vermont, Team A
  2. New Hampshire, Team A
  3. Vermont, Team B

Rifle Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Vermont, Team A
  2. Massachusetts, Team B
  3. New Hampshire, Team A

Pistol Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Vermont, Team A
  2. Vermont, Team B
  3. New Hampshire, Team A

Individual Pistol-Rifle NOVICE

  1. SPC John Walsh, Maine
  2. SPC Lucas Duncan, New Hampshire
  3. SSgt Patrick Glennon, Connecticut

Individual Pistol-Rifle OPEN

  1. SGT Maxim Nickerson, Vermont
  2. SGT Robert Tucker, Vermont
  3. SFC Peter Uliana, Massachusetts

Individual Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. SPC John Walsh, Maine
  2. SSgt Patrick Glennon, Connecticut
  3. MSG James Kendall, New Hampshire

Individual Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SGT Maxim Nickerson, Vermont
  2. SGT Robert Tucker, Vermont
  3. SFC Peter Uliana, Massachusetts

Individual Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. SPC John Walsh, Maine
  2. SSgt Robert Marciniak, Vermont
  3. SFC Richard Saffo, Vermont

Individual Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SGT Robert Tucker, Vermont
  2. SGT Maxim Nickerson, Vermont
  3. SSgt Justin Oddy, Vermont

MAC 2 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. Pennsylvania, Team A
  2. Virginia, Team A
  3. Delaware, Team B

Rifle Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Virginia, Team A
  2. Pennsylvania, Team A
  3. Delaware, Team B

Pistol Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Pennsylvania, Team A
  2. Virginia, Team A
  3. Delaware, Team A

Individual Pistol-Rifle NOVICE

  1. SGT Albert Whitlock, Delaware
  2. SSG Lawrence Smithson, Virginia
  3. SSG Sean Kelly, Pennsylvania

Individual Pistol-Rifle OPEN

  1. SMSgt Edward Altmeyer, Pennsylvania
  2. LTC Phillip Peters, Pennsylvania
  3. SGT Alexandra Wilson, Virginia

Individual Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. SGT Albert Whitlock, Delaware
  2. SGT Lloyd Layfield, Delaware
  3. SSG Lawrence Smithson, Virginia

Individual Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SMSgt Edward Altmeyer, Pennsylvania
  2. SGT John Miller, Virginia
  3. SSG Lee Beauchamp, Delaware

Individual Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. SSG Lawrence Smithson, Virginia
  2. SGT Albert Whitlock, Delaware
  3. Sr Airman Robert Lydic, Pennsylvania

Individual Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SMSgt Edward Altmeyer, Pennsylvania
  2. LTC Phillip Peters, Pennsylvania
  3. SGT Alexandra Wilson, Virginia

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE “SUPER MAC” SCORES

Rifle Team Champion

  1. Virginia, Team A, MAC 2
  2. Pennsylvania, Team A, MAC 2
  3. Vermont, Team A, MAC 1

Pistol Team Champion

  1. Pennsylvania, Team A, MAC 2
  2. Vermont, Team A, MAC 1
  3. Virginia, Team A, MAC 2

Individual Pistol-Rifle Aggregate Champion

  1. SMSgt Edward Altmeyer, Pennsylvania, MAC 2
  2. SGT Maxim Nickerson, Vermont, MAC 1
  3. SGT Robert Tucker, Vermont, MAC 1

Team Pistol-Rifle Aggregate Champion

  1. Pennsylvania, Team A, MAC 2
  2. Vermont, Team A, MAC 1
  3. Virginia, Team A, MAC 2

2017 MAC 3 & 5 Regional Competition

18 State National Guards compete in combined regional training competition
~ National Guard operationalized shooting     
by Master Sgt. Robin Brown, Tennessee National Guard

Event photos             Award ceremony photos            Results

National Guard Soldiers and Airmen from two different regions met at the Volunteer Training Site in Tullahoma, Tenn., August 18 and 19 for the annual regional marksmanship training match.

The Marksmanship Advisory Council (MAC) region matches are designed to provide a combat focused marksmanship sustainment training event in seven different regions nationwide. The matches consist of battle focused marksmanship sustainment exercises, designed to validate and sustain perishable marksmanship skills essential to mobilization readiness and success.

“This is taking that next step in individual quality,” said Maj. Gen. Max Haston, the adjutant general for Tennessee. “I love that this is a joint endeavor and appreciate all who have come out to train and take your knowledge back with you to teach others.”

Normally, the two regions compete separately, but due to limited funding this year, regions three and five were combined as the Central Conference, which has been deemed a “Super MAC.”

“Bringing the states together was a win-win for the program,” said Maj. Dwayne Page, chief of competitions for National Guard Marksmanship Training Center in Arkansas. “Not only does it save money, it is also an opportunity to grow relationships and experience different shooting situations.”

“It is neat to shoot with another region; it’s another group to learn from,” said Tech. Sgt. Chauncey Reed, 188th Wing, Arkansas National Guard. “It ran smoothly and was a more effective use of assets.”

The “Super MAC” consisted of several courses of fire that incorporated pistol and rifle training. Although both regions participated together, they were still scored independently to maintain the integrity of the matches by region.

Region three consists of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, and the Virgin Islands.

Region five is composed of Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas.

Tennessee hosts region three’s competition every year. Arkansas is home to the national level Winston P. Wilson match held annually at the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center near Little Rock.

Combining the regions this year made a positive impact overall.

“We need to do more of this,” said Command Chief Master Sgt. Mark Harris, the Senior Enlisted Leader for the Tennessee National Guard. “This is a great opportunity to bring the states together and train together.”

“Here, I’m surrounded by great mentors and instructors. It builds a sense of accomplishment and confidence,” said Page.

That feeling was echoed by Reed, “They may know something I don’t; we make each other better.”

Even those within the same region enjoy getting out to a different state to sharpen their skills.

“I like that we have the ability to shoot farther distances in Tennessee,” said Sgt. Patrick Stuckey, B Company, 1/118th Infantry Regiment, South Carolina National Guard. This was his first time at the regional competition. He added, “It is a good range that offers different courses of fire. The range staff and cadre were very professional and pleasant.”

“Marksmanship is a learned skill. It takes hard work and practice,” said Reed. “This level of training is to practice accuracy on such a level that is about more than just hitting a target, but hitting exactly where you are aiming.”

MAC 3 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. South Carolina
  2. Tennessee, Team A
  3. Kentucky, Team A

Rifle Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Tennessee, Team A
  2. South Carolina
  3. Kentucky, Team A

Pistol Team Aggregate Champions

  1. South Carolina
  2. Tennessee, Team A
  3. Tennessee, Team B

Individual Pistol-Rifle NOVICE

  1. SGT Patrick Stuckey, South Carolina
  2. TSgt Jeffrey Stanley, Kentucky
  3. SGT David Drummer, Kentucky

Individual Pistol-Rifle OPEN

  1. SFC David Keenom, Tennessee
  2. SGT Patrick Stuckey, South Carolina
  3. MSG Edwin Garcia, Kentucky

Individual Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. SGT Patrick Stuckey, South Carolina
  2. TSgt Jeffrey Stanley, Kentucky
  3. SSG Justyn Melendez, Kentucky

Individual Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SGT Patrick Stuckey, South Carolina
  2. MSG Edwin Garcia, Kentucky
  3. MAJ Glenn Jackson, Tennessee

Individual Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. SGT Patrick Stuckey, South Carolina
  2. SGT David Drummer, Kentucky
  3. SGT Dwight Bushong, Kentucky

Individual Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SFC David Keenom, Tennessee
  2. SSG Christopher Cudd, South Carolina
  3. MAJ Glenn Jackson, Tennessee

MAC 5 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. Missouri, Team A
  2. Arkansas, Team B
  3. Arkansas, Team A

Rifle Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Arkansas, Team A
  2. Arkansas, Team B
  3. Missouri, Team A

Pistol Team Aggregate Champions

  1. Missouri, Team A
  2. Arkansas, Team B
  3. Arkansas, Team A

Individual Pistol-Rifle NOVICE

  1. SGT Andrew White, Nebraska
  2. SSG Naaman Tatroe, Texas
  3. SSG Jacom Benitz, Missouri

Individual Pistol-Rifle OPEN

  1. 1SG James Phelps, Missouri
  2. SGT Brent Smith, Iowa
  3. SFC Joe Noe, Arkansas

Individual Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. SSG Naaman Tatroe, Texas
  2. SGT Andrew White, Nebraska
  3. SGT Jeffrey Roloff, Iowa

Individual Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SSG James Maynard, Arkansas
  2. SFC Joe Noe, Arkansas
  3. SSG Brandon Pedersen, Nebraska

Individual Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. SGT Andrew White, Nebraska
  2. SSG Naaman Tatroe, Texas
  3. SSG Jacom Benitz, Missouri

Individual Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SGT Brent Smith, Iowa
  2. 1SG James Phelps, Missouri
  3. CPT Travis Wahlmeier, Nebraska

 

CENTRAL CONFERENCE “SUPER MAC” SCORES

Rifle Team Champion

  1. Arkansas, Team A, MAC 5
  2. Arkansas, Team B, MAC 5
  3. Missouri, Team A, MAC 5

Pistol Team Champion

  1. Missouri, Team A, MAC 5
  2. South Carolina, MAC 3
  3. Arkansas, Team B, MAC 5

Individual Pistol-Rifle Aggregate Champion

  1. 1SG James Phelps, Missouri, MAC 5
  2. SGT Brent Smith, Iowa, MAC 5
  3. SFC Joe Noe, Arkansas, MAC 5

Team Pistol-Rifle Aggregate Champion

  1. Missouri, Team A, MAC 5
  2. Arkansas, Team B, MAC 5
  3. Arkansas, Team A, MAC 5

2017 MAC 6 & 7 Regional Marksmanship Competition

North Dakota and Colorado National Guard Soldiers win the MAC VI and VII Regionals
~ National Guard operationalized shooting

by Major Theresa Austin, National Guard Marksmanship Training Center

 Event Photos           Ceremony Photos          Results

CAMP GUERNSEY, Wyoming – National Guard soldiers from western half of the United States gathered at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming to compete in regional operational marksmanship training championships 14-17 August, 2017.

This year due to budget constraints Marksmanship Advisory Council (MAC) Regions six and seven were combined as the Western Conference, which has been referred to as a “Super MAC.”

“Bringing the states together was a win-win for the program,” said Maj. Dwayne Page, chief of competitions for National Guard Marksmanship Training Center in Arkansas. “Not only does it save money, it is also an opportunity to grow relationships and experience different shooting situations.”

North Dakota took first place overall in MAC VI as well as the overall Western Conference winner, while the Colorado team first place overall in MAC VII. North Dakota competitors, also, claimed champion in every category, as well as the Western Conference Overall Aggregate Team and Individual Champions.

MAC 6 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. North Dakota, Team A
  2. North Dakota, Team A
  3. Wyoming, Team A

Individual Aggregate Champion OPEN

  1. SPC Tyrel Hoppe, North Dakota
  2. SGT Andrew Maley, North Dakota
  3. SSgt Adam Witte, South Dakota

Individual Aggregate Champion NOVICE

  1. A1C Gaven Rook, North Dakota
  2. SPC Kurt Needham, Wyoming
  3. SPC Drew Topp, North Dakota

Combat Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. A1C Gaven Rook, North Dakota
  2. SPC Kurt Needham, Wyoming
  3. SPC Drew Topp, North Dakota

Combat Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SPC Tyrel Hoppe, North Dakota
  2. SGT Andrew Maley, North Dakota
  3. MSG Timothy Smith, Wyoming

Combat Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. A1C Gaven Rook, North Dakota
  2. SPC Drew Topp, North Dakota
  3. SPC Kurt Needham, Wyoming

Combat Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SPC Tyrel Hoppe, North Dakota
  2. SMSgt Peter Sheperd, Oregon
  3. SPC Thomas Carpenter, South Dakota

MAC 7 SCORES

Team Grand Aggregate Champions

  1. Colorado, Team A
  2. New Mexico, Team A
  3. Utah, Team A

Individual Aggregate Champion OPEN

  1. SPC Michael Goulet, California
  2. SFC Christopher Catlin, Colorado
  3. SPC Jeremy McCombs, Colorado

Combat Rifle Champion NOVICE

  1. SGT Cameron Carpenter, New Mexico
  2. SFC Rick Hone, Utah
  3. SFC Benjamin Jacobson

Combat Rifle Champion OPEN

  1. SFC Christopher Catlin, Colorado
  2. SPC Jeremy McCombs, Colorado
  3. SFC Jeremy Jackson, New Mexico

Combat Pistol Champion NOVICE

  1. SFC Rick Hone, Utah
  2. SGT Cameron Carpenter, New Mexico
  3. SSG Michael Galvin, Colorado

Combat Pistol Champion OPEN

  1. SPC Michael Goulet, California
  2. MSG Kirk Holmer, Utah
  3. SGT Ivan Varela, New Mexico

WESTERN CONFERENCE SCORES

Team Pistol-Rifle Champions

  1. North Dakota, Team A, MAC 6
  2. South Dakota, Team A, MAC 6
  3. Wyoming, Team A, MAC 6

Individual Pistol-Rifle Aggregate Champion

  1. SPC Tyrel Hoppe, North Dakota, MAC 6
  2. SGT Andrew Maley, North Dakota, MAC 6
  3. SSG Adam Witte, South Dakota, MAC 6

DTS issues affect voucher process

by Theresa Austin, Maj. National Guard Marksmanship Training Center

GUERNSEY, Wyoming- National Guard marksmanship competitors and support staff who participated in marksmanship events in June and July will have a huge delay receiving travel reimbursement if they submitted their vouchers with missing documents or errors.

Normally, the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center (NGMTC) has been able to assist the service members with making necessary corrections, however the Defense Travel Management Office (DTMO) recently sent out a notice announcing that they launched a new version of the Defense Travel System (DTS) that has now eliminated the NGMTC’s DTS reviewers’ ability make edits and upload needed documents.

Fixing these two major issues now falls on the service members or their NDEAs (Non-Duty Entry Agent) to fix, and the NGMTC reviewing officials will have to review all vouchers and then return all affect vouchers back to the service members, which will take some time due to the high volume of vouchers required to process.

The NGMTC resolution for the issues below is that all affected DTS Vouchers will be returned to the individual service member with a remark on the digital signature page that will specify the required corrections needed. Service members or NDEAs will need to make the appropriate changes, upload all required supporting documents and then resubmit their vouchers back to the NGMTC Finance for processing.

The NGMTC finance team will attempt to contact service members or the units to inform them of the new changes and explain the new required steps to successfully resubmit their DTS Vouchers.

Here are more details about the issues from the DTMO notices received by the NGMTC finance team/ DTS reviewers:

Issue 1: The receipts that were attached to documents prior to July 29, 2017 may improperly appear as “Missing”. DTMO Operations is working to restore the receipts. Receipts that are “missing” in documents currently routing for approval should be re-attached to ensure that they are available to be viewed by the routing officials.

Issue 2: On Friday, August 11, 2017, a software release was implemented in DTS that consolidated the current expense screens and introduced new receipt functionalities. In doing so, DTS routing officials and reviewers no longer have the capability of uploading files into the Substantiating Documents tab. It is now the responsibility of the traveler / service member to upload or attach all documents into DTS.

The finance team points of contact are Finance Operations NCO Sgt. Taja Lewis at taja.l.lewis.mil@mail.mil; and Senior Financial Management Technician, Sgt. 1st Class Khuong Tieu at khuong.q.tieu.mil@mail.mil.

 

AFSAM 2017 Results- cross-training & exposure

~ 26th AFSAM Small Arms Championship Results
 By Staff Sgt. Adrian Borunda, National Guard Marksmanship Training Center

ROBINSON MANEUVER TRAINING CENTER, Ark. —Sixty-four soldiers and airmen from across the country and from allied nations took aim at being the top shot at the 26th annual Armed Forces Skill at Arms Meeting (AFSAM) here April 23-28.

Top marksmen from the United States, Canada, Italy, and the United Kingdom competed shoulder-to-shoulder on four-man teams testing their skills with multiple matches and different weapons systems to include pistols, rifles and shotguns.

The National Guard Marksmanship Training Center hosts the annual training competition to continue emphasis on basic and advanced marksmanship at all levels of the armed forces. The AFSAM, also, helps build working relationships with our allied nations.

“It’s not every day that we get to train with internationals in an International competition,” said Lieutenant Matthew Clancey a marksman from the Canadian Armed Forces shooting team. “So, it’s a great opportunity for us to come to a different environment, see different match conditions, and the way that you handle and use the weapons.”

The range of knowledge found at this high level of competition is as vast and teeming to be tapped into.

“It’s out here that the marksmanship training center pits those top-notch shooters from all the states, military branches and other countries,” said Col. Dennis Humphrey, Director of the National Guard Marksmanship Training Center.

“It’s a privilege,” Clancey said. “They get an an opportunity to train at a level that they otherwise wouldn’t otherwise get to train in their homelands.”

Opportunities to train with our allies is rare, however critical when in a combat situation.

“We operate in a joint environment when we are down range,” Humphrey said. “It’s important that these branches and partner nations get together to build relationships, so you can trust the soldier or airmen to the left and right of you.”

Competitors from other nations also appreciated this opportunity to train in a joint environment.

“Working together gives us exposure to them,” said Clancey. “Talking about the way we use our tactics, the way we use our firearms, and and the different ways that we operate in a combat environment. The cross training and working with other countries at such a professional level allows us to up our game.”

Competitors and coaches worked their way through a variety of matches that challenged every shooter from veteran to newcomer.

“When you see the level of competitors out here, the Americans and Canadian, they are taking it proper seriously, it does get a little nerve racking,” Daniel Jenkins, a marksman with the United Kingdom Royal Air Force Regiment shooting team, and first time competitor in the AFSAM.

Long days on the range and thousands of rounds expended, all the marksmen came together to find out who were the top shooters.

RESULTS:
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Overall Indvidual Champion- Senior Master Sgt. Edward Altmeyer, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha
Overall Individual
Champion: Senior Master Sgt. Edward Altmeyer, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha, combined score of 1375 17x’s
Overall 2nd place: Sgt. Justus Densmore, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha, combined score of 1371 13 x’s
Overall 3rd place: Sgt. Brandon Swanson, U.S. All Guard Team Bravo, combined score 1350 18 x’s
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Individual Rifle Champion- Cpl. Michael Aube, Canadian Armed Forces
Individual Rifle
Champion: Corporal Michael Aube, Canadian Armed Forces, combined score of 837 with 8x’s
2nd  place: Corporal Jean Fancois Doucet, Canadian Armed Forces, combined score of 818 with 5 x’s
3rd place: Sgt. David Fenwick, British Army Reserve Operational Shooting Team, combined score of 815 5x’s
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Individual Pistol Champion- Senior Master Sgt. Edward Altmeyer, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha
Individual Pistol
Champion: Senior Master Sgt. Edward Altmeyer, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha, combined score of 767 13 x’s
2nd place: Sgt. Justus Densmore, U.S. All Guard Team Alpha, combined score of 759 11 x’s
3rd place: Sgt. Brandon Swanson, U.S. All Guard Team Bravo, combined score of 739, 10 x’s
 
Overall Team Rifle
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Overall Team Rifle Champions- Canadian Armed Forces Team Alpha
Champion: Canadian Armed Forces Team Alpha (Cpl. Michael Aube, Cpl. Jean-Francois Doucet, Cpl. Jonathan Palmer, Cpl. Matheu Valcour) combined score of 2444
2nd place: Canadian Armed Forces Team Bravo (Warrant Officer Luke Foster, Sgt. Jesse Hall, Cpl. John Herriot, Cpl. William Rayment) combined score of 2213
3rd place: U.K. British Army Reserve Operational Shooting Team Red (Maj. Michael Oliver, Sgt. David Fenwick, Cpl. James Deville, Cpl. Lisa Ingram) combined score of 2204
 
Overall Team Pistol
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Overall Team Pistol Champions- U.S. All Guard Team Alpha
Champion: U.S. All Guard Team Alpha (Sr. Master Sgt. Edward Altmeyer, Pennsylvania. NG; Staff Sgt. Michael Richey, Missouri NG; Staff Sgt. Jacob Blount, Illinois NG; Sgt. Justus Densmore, Texas NG) combined score of 3031
2nd place: U.S. All Guard Team Bravo (1st Lt. Garrett Miller, Pennsylvania. NG; Sgt. 1st Class Paul Deugan, Iowa NG; Sgt. 1st Class David Keenom, Tennessee NG; Sgt. Brandon Swanson, Wisconsin NG) combined score of 2981
3rd place: U.S. Army Reserve Team Blue (Lt. Col. Scott Klawon, New York; Master Sgt. Lance Espinosa, Washington; Staff Sgt. Chris Kizanis, Idaho; Sgt. Benjamin Mercer, Arkansas) combined score of 2728

For the full results, and more information about AFSAM and the NGMTC visit ngmtc.wordpress.com.

Take a look at the video link below to view some of the training conducted at this year’s AFSAM Championships. Also, for more information about getting involved, contact Maj. Dwayne Page 501-212-4531 or visit us on the web at https://ngmtc.wordpress.com.

2017 AFSAM in Review Video

 

 

 

 

2017AFSAM: INDV & TEAM AGG

Individual Pistol Agg

Individual Rifle Agg

Team Pistol Agg

Team Rifle Agg

Individual Overal Champion

 

Final Results Bulletin