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Jimmy Carter - Hosting a reception for members of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and Steelers football team in honor of their championships

Jimmy Carter - Hosting a reception for members of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and Steelers football team in honor of their championships

Jimmy Carter - Hosting a reception for members of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and Steelers football team in honor of their championships

Jimmy Carter - Hosting a reception for members of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and Steelers football team in honor of their championships

Jimmy Carter - Hosting a reception for members of the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and Steelers football team in honor of their championships

Jimmy Carter Hosting a Reception for Members of the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball Team and Steelers Football Team in Honor of their Championships

A biplane, one of nine stunt planes, is loaded onto a C-5A Galaxy transport aircraft belonging to Military Airlift Command for transportation back to the United States. The planes belong to the US World Aerobatic Champion Team and were used competitively in the 12th World Aerobatic Championships at Bekescsaba, Hungary

Captain (CPT) Ken Richard, CHIEF of Flying Safety, 435th Tactical Airlift Wing, conducts a television interview with Kermit Weeks (left) and Henry Haigh (center), two members of the US World Aerobatic Champion Team, upon their arrival from the 12th World Aerobatic Championships, Bekescsaba, Hungary

Biplanes belonging to the US World Aerobatic Champion Team are loaded onto a C-5A Galaxy aircraft of the Military Airlift Command. The team is returning to the United States after competing in the 12th World Aerobatic Championships at Bekescsaba, Hungary

An overview of the stunt planes belonging to the US World Aerobatic Champion Team as they are secured for transportation aboard a C-5A Galaxy aircraft. The Military Airlift Command is providing their transportation back to the United States after the team's competition in the 12th World Aerobatic Championships at Bekescsaba, Hungary

Left side view of a C-5A Galaxy aircraft as it taxis down the runway. It is being used to transport the US World Aerobatic Champion Team and its stunt planes back to the United States after their competition in the 12th World Aerobatic Championships at Bekescsaba, Hungary

STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Carl Potts fires an M1911 .45-caliber pistol during the intramural rifle and pistol championships

Marines fire M1911 .45-caliber pistols on the firing line as others await their turn during the intramural rifle and pistol championships

Marines stand ready on the firing line with M1911 .45-caliber pistol during the intramural rifle and pistol championships

PETTY Officer Third Class (PO3) Rick L. Atkins, PETTY Officer 2nd Class (PO2) Peter J. Burgos, and PO3 Marshall E. Monroe Jr., pictured from right, wait for the beginning of the next track event during the Kitsap District Junior High Track and Field Championships in which the men served as official timekeepers. The men are assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

PETTY Officer Third Class (PO3) Rick L. Atkins, Lieutenant Junior Officer (LTJG) Kenneth V. Arneson, and other track officials clock in the winning runner at the Kitsap District Junior High Track and Field Championships. Atkins and Arneson are assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

PETTY Officer 2nd Class Peter J. Burgos serves as official timekeeper at the Kitsap District Junior High Track and Field Championships. Burgos is assigned to the nearby to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

PETTY Officer Third Class (PO3) Rick L. Atkins, Lieutenant Junior Officer (LTJG) Kenneth V. Arneson, and track and field officials act as timekeepers at the Kitsap District Junior High Track and Field Championships. Atkins and Arneson are assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

Lieutenant Junior Officer (LTJG) Kenneth V. Arneson, center, and track and field championship officials chat with a Sedgwich Junior High School runner following his track event at the Kitsap District Junior High Track and Field Championships. Arneson is assigned to the nearby Naval Submarine Base, Bangor

MASTER SGT. Fred Quarles adjusts his shotgun between rounds of the World Skeet Shooting Championships. Quarles is a member of the Air Force Shooting Team

A close-up view of AIRMAN 1ST Class Deena L. Wigger as she takes aim on her air rifle. She holds a bronze and a silver medal from the 1986 and 1990 world championships. She earned a gold medal in the 1995 Pan American games, and in 1989 earned the women's air rifle world record. She is an Olympic-caliber athlete in standard rifle and air rifle competitions. PHOTO published in AIRMAN Magazine, June 1996. Exact Date Shot Unknown

The 1994 Dyess champion "Engine Running On/Off" load team wait for the go ahead signal to ultimately win back to back championships for their category

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997 Title: Untitled Category: Sports Place: 3rd Place Exact Date Shot Unknown Caption: USN, LTJG Tom Storey attempts to get a leg up on USAF SENIOR AIRMAN Jeffrey McCoy during the Armed Forces Wrestling Championships

Military Photographer of the Year Winner 1997 Title: Way Out Category: Sports Place: 2nd Place Exact Date Shot Unknown Caption: To determine the winner of the freestyle 125kg weight class at the Armed Forces Wrestling Championships, the three wrestlers who tied for first place had to be weighed to see which wrestler was the lightest. USMC, GYSGT. Greg Gibson, on scale, claimed the title

Hisashi Kamisawa showcases his strength and poise during the finals at the 9th annual Northern Japan Bodybuilding Championships. Nearly 40 competitors from Misawa Air Base and the Misawa City community participated in the competition held at the Misawa Civic Center. Approximately 1,500 people from the base and surrounding communities attended the championship finals

Shawn Wolfe, from 301st Intelligence Squadron, takes center stage as he claims the men's middleweight division and overall champion during the finals at the 9th annual Northern Japan Bodybuilding Championships. Nearly 40 competitors from Misawa Air Base and the Misawa City community participated in the competition held at the Misawa Civic Center. Approximately 1,500 people from the base and surrounding communities attended the championship finals

Michelle Dingle-Pemberton strikes a pose during the finals of the 9th annual Northern Japan Bodybuilding Championships. Dingle-Pemberton was named the overall Women's champion while taking top honors in the women's heavyweight division. Nearly 40 competitors from Misawa Air Base and the Misawa City community participated in the competition held at the Misawa Civic Center. Approximately 1,500 people from the base and surrounding communities attended the championship finals

Shawn Wolfe and Derrick Anderson strike poses during the finals of the 9th annual Northern Japan Bodybuilding Championships. Nearly 40 competitors from Misawa Air Base and the Misawa City community participated in the competition held at the Misawa Civic Center. Approximately 1,500 people from the base and surrounding communities attended the championship finals

US Marine Sergeant Marcel Cooper, sitting, and Lance Corporal Jacob Clark, both from Headquarters and Service Battallion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, await their first-round matches at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships on October 25th, 2000, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions; Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, attempts to pin his opponent Cerpiz Papagan, from Turkey, to complete his 58-Kg Gold Medal match win at the19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different ...

US Marine Captain Daniel Hicks (Top), Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, applies pressure to Suyalatu, of China, during his 2-1 win at the19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, receives medical treatment from All Marine Wrestling Coach, Captain Jay Antonelli, Headquarters and Service Batalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, at the19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The ...

US Marine Sergeant Duaine Martin (Right), Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, attempts to score during the 58-Kg weight division Gold Medal match against Cerpiz Papagan, of Turkey, at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two ...

US Marine Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, blocks Turkey's Cerpiz Papagan's offensive move during the 58-Kg Gold Medal match won by SGT Martin at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carlina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different ...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stands at the podium after receiving the Silver Medal for the 130-Kg weight division at the 19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Marine Sergeant Duaine Martin, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, scores two points using the "gut wrench" move on Cerpiz Papagan, from Turkey, during the 58-Kg weight division Gold Medal match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in ...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, stretches before his match at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Lejeune, from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. Wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions, Free-Style and Greco-Roman

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN Corey Farkas, 10th Civil Engineering Squadron, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, bleeds from his eyebrow as Nico Schmidt, from Germany, reacts during their 130-Kg weight division match at the 19th World Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 26th, 2000. SRA Farkas wins 3-1. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two...

US Marine Corps Corporal Ken Owens, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, attempts to score against Nuri Zengin, from Turkey, at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will be competing in two different competitions; Free-Style and Greco-Roman. Founded on Feb. 18, 1948, CISM is...

US Marine Corps Assistant Wrestling Coach Greg Gibson, from the Headquarters and Service Battalion, Marine Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia, shows 9th grade Jacksonville High wrestler Chance Marsh, 14, some pointers before the Medal rounds matches at the 19th World Military Wrestling Championships held at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina, on October 29th, 2000. The Conseil International du Sport Militaire 19th World Military Wrestling Championship (CISM) is a multi-national wrestling tournament hosted by Camp Lejeune from Oct. 25-29. Competing nations include: Brazil, China, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Slovakia, Turkey, the United States, and Vietnam. The wrestlers will...

All-Marine Guard Billy Shanks, goes for the steal as All-Air Force Guard Tyrone Wilson dribbles behind his back to protect the ball during Air Forces' 67-59 over the Marines at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US ...

US Air Force Technical Sergeant, Vernon Turnbull, All-Air Force Forward, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, posts up All-Army Forward Cordell Caviness during Armys' 68-58 win at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US ...

US Army Sergeant Aaron Stuart, All-Army Forward, dunks during warm-ups before his game against the All-Marine Corps team. SGT Stuart scored 16 points, but Army lost the game 83-76 at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the...

US Air Force SENIOR AIRMAN, Gregory Streeter, All-Air Force Forward, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina, receives treatment from All-Air Force Trainer Tony Milunas, Charleston Air Force Base, South Carolina, after rolling his ankle during the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship,...

US Air Force AIRMAN First Class, Eddie Dawkins III, All-Air Force Guard, Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, celebrates with the All-Air Force Basketball team during medal presentation after Air Forces' 71-59 over the Marines. Air Force took first place at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the ...

US Marine Corps Lance Corporal Robert Moore, All-Marine Guard, grabs a rebound during the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire (CISM) championship

All-Army Forward Aaron Stuart, drives past All-Navy Center Robert Alleyne for two points during Armys' 76-64 win at the 2000 Armed Forces Basketball Championships. Competition between Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines at the championship promotes understanding, goodwill, cooperation, and provides a means of selecting teams and individuals to represent the Armed Forces in national and international championships. Participants are selected as a result of highly competetive trial camps or resume by each of the respective services. At the conclusion of the championship, an Armed Forces team will be selected to compete at the US Nationals or the Conseil International de Sport Militaire (CISM)...

SENIOR AIRMAN Luis G. Deleon, left, places a combination punch on the chin of SENIOR AIRMAN Louis Alverez as they duke it out during the 27th Annual Air Force Boxing Championships held at Kelly Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas

CAPT. Joseph Pastorello, right, uses his right to penetrate AIRMAN First Class Qwallion L. Busby's defenses during the 27th Annual Air Force Boxing Championships held at Kelly Air Force Base, Texas

Captain Joseph Pastorello, right, from Anaheim, California and assigned to Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado, used a calculated style to defeat SENIOR AIRMAN Delbert J. Freeborn from Durant, Indiana during the 27th Annual Air Force Boxing Championships held at Kelly Air Force Base

PETTY Officer Second Class Jason M. Fields, left, from St. Louis, Missouri and SENIOR AIRMAN James Dubois from Dallas, Texas, duke it out during the 27th Annual Air Force Boxing Championships held at Kelly Air Force Base

PETTY Officer Second Class Jason M. Fields, right, from St. Louis, Missouri, and SENIOR AIRMAN James Dubois from Dallas, Texas duke it out during the 27th Annual Air Force Boxing Championships held at Kelly Air Force Base

US Army (USA) SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC4) Sarah Riley, Michigan (MI) Army National Guard (ANG) skis to a 1ST place finish with a time of 53 minutes 43 seconds, during the 15-Kilometer, Women Individual Biathlon Competition, held during the CHIEF of the National Guard Biathlon Championships, on the Firing Range at Fort Ethan Allen, Jericho, Vermont (VT)

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Aaron Sieracki scores 5 points as he pulls his opponent off the mat during the 2004 US National Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada (NV). SRA Sieracki will be competing in the US Olympic Trials in Indianapolis, Indiana (IN) on May 21-23

US Air Force (USAF) First Lieutenant (1LT) Anthony Brooker, member of the Air Force wrestling team, raises his opponent off the mat to score points during his final match at the 2004 US National Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada (NV). This is 1LT Brooker's first time competing at the National level

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Aaron Sieracki receives medical attention for a cut above his eye during the 2004 US National Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada (NV). SRA Sieracki will be competing in the US Olympic Trials in Indianapolis, Indiana (IN) on May 21-23 for a slot at this years Olympic team

US Air Force (USAF) STAFF Sergeant (SSGT) Jacob Hey (bottom), Air Force Wrestling team, flips his opponent during the 2004 US National Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada (NV). SSGT Hey qualified for the Olympic trials in Indianapolis Indiana (IN) to be held on May 21-23

US Air Force (USAF) SENIOR AIRMAN (SRA) Johnathan McKenzie, Pararescueman, 58th Rescue Squadron (RQS), Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada (NV), salutes during the singing of the National Anthem at the opening ceremonies of the World Supercross Championships in Las Vegas

US Navy Reservist (USNR) DaRicha Garner (left), poses with another competitor for a photo of the top five in the Class D Figure Competition, during the World Gym Classic San Diego Bodybuilding and Figure Championships. Reservist Garner is assigned to Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Light 41 (HSL-41), based at Naval Air Station (NAS) North Island, California (CA)

US Navy (USN) Engineman 2nd Class (EN2) Andrew Frazier flexes his muscles during the World Gym Classic San Diego Bodybuilding and Figure Championships. EN2 Frazier placed third in the middle-weight division

Teams of shooters participate in the 500-yard prone segment of the 2006 Fleet Forces Command (Pacific) Rifle and Pistol Championships. Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and civilians competed in team and individual divisions during the annual marksmanship competition.Calif. (May 52006) Shooters participate in the prone 500-yard prone team stage of the 2006 Fleet Forces Command (Pacific) Rifle and Pistol Championships. SailorsMarinesCoast Guardsmen and civilians competed in team and individual divisions during the annual marksmanship competition. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1ST Class Brian Brannon

US Navy (USN) MASTER-at-Arms Second Class (MA2) Edgar Perez aligns his sites on the 5.56 mm M16A2 rifle during the 500-yard off-hand individual standing stage of the 2006 Fleet Forces Command (Pacific) Rifle and Pistol Championships. Sailors, Marines, Coast Guardsmen and civilians competed in team and individual divisions during the annual marksmanship competition

US Coas Guard (USCG) Firs Class Por Securiyman (PS1) Dennis Carney, Coasal Warfare Secor San Diego, fires an M1 Garand Rifle during he prone 300-yard rapid-fire sage of he 2006 Flee Forces Command (Pacific) Rifle and Pisol Championships. Sailors, Marines, Coas Guardsmen and civilians compeed in eam and individual divisions during he annual marksmanship compeiion.Calif. (May 52006) U.S. Coas Guard Por Securiyman 1s Class Dennis Carney of Coasal Warfare Secor San Diego fires an M1 Garand Rifle during he prone 300-yard rapid-fire sage of he 2006 Flee Forces Command (Pacific) Rifle and Pisol Championships. SailorsMarinesCoas Guardsmen and civilians compeed in...

060804-N-1928H-202 (Aug. 4, 2006)The US Navy Marksmanship Team prepare to take part in the National Rifle Association (NRA) Outdoor Rifle and Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio (OH). The competition brings together military and civilian teams to test their shooting skills. In the foreground are 5.56 mm M16A2 rifles to be used by participants during the event.US Navy official photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Santos Huante (RELEASED)

060804-N-1928H-252 (Aug. 4, 2006)The US Navy Marksmanship Team together with other participants fire their 5.56 mm M16A2 rifles during the"Rattle Battle"event of the National Rifle Association (NRA) Outdoor Rifle and Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio (OH). The competition brings together military and civilian teams to test their shooting skills.U.S. Navy official photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Santos Huante (RELEASED)

060804-N-1928H-157 (Aug. 4, 2006)The US Navy Marksmanship Team prepare to take part in the National Rifle Association (NRA) Outdoor Rifle and Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Ohio (OH). The competition brings together military and civilian teams to test their shooting skills. In the foreground are 5.56mm M16A2 rifles to be used by participants during the event.US Navy official photo by Mass Communication SPECIALIST SEAMAN Santos Huante (RELEASED)