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Mark

1. See: Mark to market.

2. See: Deutschemark.
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Multipurpose Target (MPT)--SFC Ward's team developed a simple design for a zero and qualification target that allows for ease of understanding of marksmanship, ease of measuring the Soldier's ability, and ease of mass production.
The Army Marksmanship Unit trains soldiers to win competitions and enhance combat readiness through train-the-trainer clinics, research and development.
We have to constantly struggle to maintain combat overmatch--the enemy is looking for new ways to kill us, and they aren't relaxing their marksmanship training.
It is this Army expertise from the bullet, to the gun, to the marksman that the MCoE is leveraging to build expert marksmanship trainers in the MMTC.
Despite Dement's world-class rifle shooting ability, when I met him he was much more interested in talking about his passion for bowhunting at Fort Benning, where the Marksmanship Unit is based.
In lieu of the convoy live-fire exercise, OMMS decided to set up an advanced rifle marksmanship (ARM) range.
The EST 2000, a virtual marksmanship trainer, provides a critical capability for leaders to train Soldiers.
Squeezing the trigger is the "do it" part of marksmanship.
In a separate report published by AN NAHAR, the daily said that Connelly and the Lebanese army launched on Tuesday the fifth Marksmanship Skills Simulator, donated by the U.
The training shall also include weapon condition codes, clearing barrel procedures, characteristics, nomenclature, operation, remedial actions, assembly/disassembly, marksmanship fundamentals, weapon presentation, weapon engagement, and the use of deadly force.
In this battle of wits, nay bows and arrows, the villagers armed with bows and arrows formed two groups and stood around 100 meters away from each other and shoot to display their marksmanship.
These EIC points are earned through a series of specific marksmanship competitions held throughout the year and are cumulative in nature.