JROTC programs vie for national air rifle titles
March 21, 2013
Anniston, Ala. -- Army Junior ROTC's top air rifle shooters take aim at national championships beginning Friday.
After sweeping the top awards at last year's competition, Army Cadets look to repeat that success during the meet that wraps up Saturday at the Civilian Marksmanship Program's indoor range.
Leading the way for the Army against the best shooters from the Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps are Ozark (Mo.) High School and Killeen (Texas) High School. The programs won the precision and sporter divisions, respectively, at last month's Army championships.
Ozark is the reigning precision national champion.
Real time results of the competition will be available through the Civilian Marksmanship Program's website at http://bit.ly/ZCi0zC.