By Sgt. 1st Class John Buol
| ARMU | March 19, 2020
Team Coach Sgt. 1st Class Rosendorn instructs the 3-335th TSBn Soldiers prior to a stage of fire. "Team Blackhawks" took first place among the other Army Reserve teams. (Photo by Army Marksmanship Unit)
1st Sgt. James Salm inspects his target during a training session held after the unit's scheduled Battle Assembly. Local unit shooting teams and Postal Matches are a great way to improve unit training and retention. (Photo by Sgt. 1st Class Joshua Rosendorn)
Sgt. 1st Class Rosendorn fires during the Precision Pistol phase at All Army, one of the many competitive formats used at the event, which also included combat rifle, combat pistol, and action shooting courses. (Photo by Army Marksmanship Unit)
Formal competition hosted by civilian organizations and all components of the Department of Defense are open to all Army Reserve Soldiers. Every unit in the Army Reserve is eligible to host Postal Matches, which can be conducted during normal unit qualification and as a part of the prescribed Training Tables outlined in the current Army Weapons Training Strategy. 3-335th TSBn "Team Blackhawks" made use of programs that can be used by every Soldier in the Army Reserve.