NDANG back in state marksmanship contest

Tech Sgt. Levi Heller, of the 119th Security Forces Squadron, takes aim on the range as North Dakota National Guard Airmen and Soldiers gather at Camp Grafton South, N.D., for a two day marksmanship contest July 17-18. The N.D. National Guard Adjutant General's Combat Marksmanship Match, is held annually to promote battle focused marksmanship training and to enhance overall marksmanship proficiency. This match offers soldiers and airmen in the N.D. National Guard an opportunity to test their marksmanship skills and weapon systems in a shoulder-to-shoulder competition. The AG's Match is designed to test and improve the capabilities of our National Guard forces in a tactically oriented environment. The NDANG team placed a respectable 6th place out of twelve teams in its' first time back in the contest in several years. The NDANG can have as many as four teams in the contest in 2011.

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