Top Shots in the Bluegrass

Aug. 9, 2010 | By kentuckyguard
[caption id="attachment_2250" align="alignleft" width="216" caption="Sgt. Brian Roution and Sgt. Daniel McSpadden from 103rd Brigade Support Battalion display their personal weapons and medal after coming in 1st and 4th place respectively at the Bluegrass State Game’s high-powered service rifle competition July 18 at Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville, Ky."] 103rd Brigade Support Battalion Soldiers win at Bluegrass State Games   ACH  By Sgt. Paul Evans, 103rd Brigade Support Battalion Unit Public Affairs/Historian Representative  LAWRENCEBURG, Ky. (August 9, 2010) -- Two Soldiers from the 103rd Brigade Support Battalion stepped up to the targets to compete in the Bluegrass State Games’ high-powered service rifle competition July 18.    The competition, sponsored by the National Rifle Association (NRA), took place at the Anderson County Sportsman Club in Lawrenceburg and featured shooters from across the state.  Coming in first place was Sgt. Brian Roution, while Sgt. Daniel McSpadden placed fourth in the shootout.   After their victory, the Soldiers brought their skills back to the unit by teaching a close quarters marksmanship course.  The course, which is held at Wendell H. Ford Regional Training Center in Greenville Ky., taught Soldiers from the Headquarters Company of the 103rd  BSB, A. Co., B . Co., 203rd Forward Support Company, and Headquarters Battalion over the course of  2 days.   The course emphasized helping Soldiers to develop their close-range firing skills in addition to the normally trained distance-firing. On his victory at the Bluegrass State Games, Roution said “it’s great to be in an organization that recognizes the talents of its members and allows them pursue those talents.”

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