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A retired Marine friend of mine named "Top" turned me on to the Marine Camp Lejeune web site with documents and PowerPoint presentations used in basic Marine Marksmanship training. If this is common knowledge here I apologize, but this is all new to me.:)

This is an wonderful treasure trove of information on everything from how to safely transfer fire arms person to person to how to read the wind and at what angle a bullet will hit a long range target.

The information is contained in Word documents you can download along with the PPTs. Check it out here:

Weapons Training Battalion: Marksmanship Training Unit

Have fun
 

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Cool thanks for sharing!
 

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Who still gets called by their rank after they retire!?! That's a bit weird.
Fire service, and police service do the same, just works that way i guess.:cool:
 

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Who still gets called by their rank after they retire!?! That's a bit weird.
Not weird at all, and actually quite common.
 

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Thanks for the link..
 

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Great web site.
Thanks.

Captain Kangaroo? :confused:
 

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Who still gets called by their rank after they retire!?! That's a bit weird.
Not weird; they are called that out of respect. Its been 20+ years since I worked for a Chief Master Sergeant and we are good friends to this day -- shootin' buddies. I still occasionally call him Chief.
 
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