Not a Gentleman’s Match: Running and gunning championship brings nations to Canada
Chief Warrant Officer Two Andy Knote, of North Chicago, U.S. Army Reserve International Combat Team competitor, strains while carrying a 75-kilogram dummy across a 100-meter distance during a 7-kilometer Rifle Military Biathlon match involving several physical obstacles during the 2015 Canadian Armed Forces Small Arms Concentration at the Connaught Range outside of Ottawa, Canada, Sept. 14. The international marksmanship competition lasted roughly two weeks, bringing in more than 250 total competitors from the British, Canadian and U.S. armed forces competing in more than 50 matches involving rifle, pistol and light machine gun events using various combat-like movements and scenarios. (U.S. Army photo by Master Sgt. Michel Sauret)