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Army Sniper Instructors Assist With Air Force’s Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman Course

This past month in Guernsey Wyoming, two senior instructors from the United States Army Sniper Course from Fort Benning, Georgia, took part in assisting the United States Air Force in enhancing their lethality with overseeing the Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman Course. Over the course of four weeks, the NADM and USASC cadre put 21 students to the test on advanced field craft and rigorous shooting qualifications to ensure that our most casualty producing weapon stays in the right hands. The United States Army Sniper Course is the premier sniper school in the U.S. military and is the forerunner on building interoperability with sister services and allied nations.

3 Responses to “Army Sniper Instructors Assist With Air Force’s Nuclear Advanced Designated Marksman Course”

  1. Dave says:

    Good on those guys! Guernsey has some of the hardest winds I’ve ever shot in.

    • Papa6 says:

      It can get pretty nasty there in the winter. It would be a good idea to run this course in the winter also.

      • Christopher Rance says:

        NADM is toying with the idea of running a weeklong “winter” course. It’s still on the drawing board, but we at the Army Sniper School are excited to see this course grow into the premier Air Force Sniper course. And I agree with the comment above, the winds were challenging!

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