USAMU Soldier Wins Individual Championship On Day 4 Of 51St Interservice Pistol Championships

USAMU Soldier Wins Individual Championship On Day 4 Of 51St Interservice Pistol Championships
By Michael Molinaro
USAMU PAO

FORT BENNING, Ga.- Staff Sgt. Timothy Barber, U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, fires during the service pistol team match June 17 at Phillips Range, the site of the 51st Interservice Pistol Championship. Barber and his USAMU teammates on U.S. Army Grey won the match, edging out their USAMU counterparts on U.S. Army Blue.(Photo by Michael Molinaro, USAMU PAO)
FORT BENNING, Ga.- Staff Sgt. Timothy Barber, U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, fires during the service pistol team match June 17 at Phillips Range, the site of the 51st Interservice Pistol Championship. Barber and his USAMU teammates on U.S. Army Grey won the match, edging out their USAMU counterparts on U.S. Army Blue.(Photo by Michael Molinaro, USAMU PAO)
United States Army Marksmanship Unit
United States Army Marksmanship Unit

FORT BENNING, Ga. –-(Ammoland.com)- A fourth different Soldier from the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit won the day’s individual championship on day four of the 51st Interservice Pistol Championships.

Staff Sgt. Lyman Grover took home first place in the service pistol category with a score of 873-27x. He was followed by USAMU teammates Sgt. 1st Class James Henderson with an 870-39x and Staff Sgt. John Ennis with an 867-31x.

In the team match, U.S. Army Grey pulled out their first win of the week. Team members were Ennis, Staff Sgt. Timothy Barber, Staff Sgt. Adam Sokolowski, Sgt. Patrick Franks, and Sgt. 1st Class Damon Baxter, all from the USAMU. Their counterparts on the U.S. Army Blue team took second.

Today’s Excellence-in-Competition match concludes the competition. An awards banquet tonight will honor the week’s winners and crown the 2010 overall individual and team champions for 2010.

About USAMU:
The USAMU's mission is to raise the standard of marksmanship proficiency and combat readiness throughout the Army by sharing knowledge gained from competing and winning in national/ international competitions, research and development and advanced training programs while enhancing the Army's recruiting effort through an active public information and public relations program. For more information on the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, contact the Public Affairs Office at (706) 545-5436, [email protected] or www.USAMU.com .

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