The Marksmanship Club focuses on developing precision marksmanship of the cadets in the Chippewa Battalion. The cadre responsible for this club includes a nationally competitive marksman and a military trained sniper. Cadets receive focused training on .22 caliber competition-grade rifles, the M-16 rifle and the M-9 handgun, as well as various other weapons employed by the United States Army.
The club utilizes our one-of-a-kind indoor rifle range, donated by Brigadier General (retired) John Kulhavi, on a weekly basis. They also take advantage of ranges in our local community and Army National Guard Posts to fire larger weapons and even provide familiarization with weapons like the M-249 Squad Automatic Weapon.
Below: Members of the 2018-2019 Marksmanship Club at the Grand Valley Rifle Competition on January 26, 2019
Cadets McCollum, Weiss and Kargula were place winners in the competition.
Front Row L-R: Cadets Morgan Scott, LIsa Cornwell, Tevin Jordan, Austin Schondel,
Clare McCollum, CPT Andrew Briggs
Back Row L-R: Cadets Austin Boundy, Foster Weiss, Andrew Kargula and Matthew