Members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Team are the premier subject matter experts for excellence in small arms marksmanship.  Our mission is to assist in small arms marksmanship training across the Army Reserve and represent the Army Reserve Soldiers by winning National and International Competitions. The focus of the Team is combat training, marksmanship and competition. The Team supports the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) National Matches held annually at Camp Perry, Ohio in accordance with Public Law Title 36, U.S. Code § 40727 and other competitive shooting formats.

This video is an overview of the new publication, TC 3-20.40, Training and Qualification, Individual Weapons that gives a broad view of how to execute the training strategy for the rifle, carbine, and automatic rifle qualification, as well as informs viewers of the requirements of the training strategies found in TC 3-20.40.
Preliminary Marksmanship Instruction and Evaluation (PMI&E), sample training materials and quizzes to help all Soldiers to better teach Army marksmanship training. Download: https://www.usar.army.mil/Commands/Functional/ARMU/Resources/
Courses available to all Army Reserve Soldiers to enhance marksmanship training. Course of Fire Book: https://www.usar.army.mil/Commands/Functional/ARMU/Resources/PostalMatch/ https://armyreservemarksman.info/postal-match/
The new Army Primary Qualification has more gun handling required to complete. These skills can be practiced with dry practice. http://armyreservemarksman.info/dry-practice-and-drills/
Army 25-meter zero ranges can be inefficient. Here's how to have the range be more effective. http://armyreservemarksman.info/improving-rifle-qualification-part-1-zero
Army Reserve Postal Match demonstration. https://armyreservemarksman.info/postal-match/
Summary of the Army Reserve Small Arms Championships at Camp Atterbury. https://armyreservemarksman.info/2019-usar-champs/ http://armyreservemarksman.info/2019-usar-champs-results/ #LetsGoShooting #RoadtoAwesome #KeepPounding #AmericasArmyReserve #USArmyReserve #WeaponsMastery #USARrifleTeam #USARpistolTeam #USARcombatTeam

The US Army Reserve Marksmanship Training and Competitive Program prescribes responsibilities, policies, and procedures for the USAR in small arms marksmanship training and competition. It applies to USAR competitions from company or equivalent level through international level. The overall objectives of the program are to heighten interest and impose small arms marksmanship training. The purpose of small arms marksmanship training is to improve the skill of Soldiers in use of their weapons, instill confidence, provide mobilization/readiness assets for combat readiness, and develop skilled marksmanship instructors to assist USAR units in training and annual qualifying programs.

The U.S. Army Reserve marksmanship unit and team is comprised of Army Reserve Soldiers performing duties in one or more of the following activities:
  • USAR Rifle Team (International, Service, and Shotgun)
  • USAR Pistol Team (International and Service)
  • USAR Marksmanship Mobile Training Team
  • USAR Marksmanship Public Affairs Program
  • USAR Postal Match Program
  • USAR Marksmanship Special Projects. This includes Service Conditions (Combat), Action/Practical, and other activities.

Details of the teams that make up the Program under US Army Reserve Command:

  • The Mobile Training Team is comprised of instructors, most of them having experience with our competitive teams, conducting small arms training for the Army Reserve.
  • The Service Conditions (Combat) Team fires rack grade, military issue small arms in a variety of tactical scenarios at NATO-recognized National and International events.
  • The Service Rifle Team is a group of precision rifle marksmen competing in Across The Course (High Power) National Match Course and Long Range events. Events are conducted under NRA and CMP rules and use accurized service rifles and match rifles with iron and optical sights and are shot from 200 to 1000 yards.
  • The Service Pistol Team is comprised of precision pistol marksmen firing .22, 9mm and .45 service and match pistols. National Match Course events held conducted under NRA and CMP rules use precision targets out to fifty yards.
  • The Postal Match Program conducts the World-wide Chief, Army Reserve Postal Match that all Army Reserve units and Soldiers are eligible to participate. We also publish a Rulebook and Course of FIre Book covering all Army Reserve competitive events.
  • The Public Affairs Program keeps Soldiers and the public informed about small arms training and publishes Army Reserve Marksman, an online newsletter devoted to information concerning marksmanship training and competition and available to all USAR units, appropriate agencies, and individuals.


Army Regulation 350–66, Small Arms Competitive Marksmanship Program directs small arms programs and competition within the entire US Army.

Army Regulation 140–1, Chapter 7 directs small arms programs and competition within the US Army Reserve.

 

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July 28, 2022 - With the final shots of the National Trophy Pistol Team Match fired and scored, the noise died down and the smoke cleared. Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Rosendorn, program coach and captain for Team Blackhawk Gold and Staff Sgt. Joel...

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Soldier marksmanship program improved
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Sept. 9, 2021 - The Chief, Army Reserve Postal Match program, available to all Army Reserve Soldiers and units, has been improved to make it easier for more Soldiers to participate...

Army Reserve Soldier wins gold, breaks record and blazes trail at 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games
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July 23, 2021 - U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Soldiers, Spc. Alison Weisz, Sgt. Phillip Jungman, 1st Lt. Amber English, Spc. Sagen Maddalena, and Sgt. Patrick Sunderman join the throngs of athletes at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Also...

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