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marksman

n. a serious college student who works hard to get good marks (grades). Bill kept saying that Todd was a geek and a marksman, until Todd flunked algebra.
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Caption: BELOW: Standing marksmanship is the more challenging discipline
The LaserShot system with applicable software and peripherals is a technological tool that can greatly enhance basic marksmanship training and can be adapted into SIT.
Marksmanship skills in our Army atrophied over years of continual ARFORGEN cycles and combat deployments.
the Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act amends the Pittman-Robertson Act to provide state game and fish agencies with more flexibility and discretion to be able to utilize Pittman-Robertson (Wildlife Restoration Trust Fund) funds for the creation, enhancement and maintenance of public shooting ranges.
Dement is part of the Marksmanship Unit's Service Rifle Team, which specializes in using modified M16 rifles to hit bull's-eyes at distances of 200-1,000 yards--with open sights
In lieu of the convoy live-fire exercise, OMMS decided to set up an advanced rifle marksmanship (ARM) range.
The EST 2000, a virtual marksmanship trainer, provides a critical capability for leaders to train Soldiers.
Squeezing the trigger is the "do it" part of marksmanship.
The children also conducted a radio check at Post One, in which they practiced radio jargon, and underwent marksmanship training using "super soaker"-type water guns.
1F, Small arms marksmanship instructors (SAMIs) are required to conduct small arms Annual training at least 30 days prior to a scheduled gun shoot and again within 6-8 months for semi-annual sustainment training.
Karal (Himachal Pradesh), Jan 16 (ANI): The villagers in the upper Kullu valley here celebrated a traditional fair highlighting marksmanship among the locals in archery.
The fundamentals of marksmanship are some of the most important skills a Soldier will learn.
When he's not engaging in acts of derring-do and impossibly keen marksmanship with his bow and arrows, he's flirtatiously circling 12th-century riot grrl Marion (Lucy Griffiths), who, in one of the series' more tiresome conceits, is alternately beguiled and repelled by Robin's advances.
detailed information on marksmanship and trophy badges; a guide to the correct wearing of medals, ribbons, insignia and badges by active duty Marines and veterans; displaying awards and insignia, even instructions on how to claim a medal by a qualified serving Marine or veteran.