Team USA finishes 10th, update Granada


Results update: Team USA finished 10th among 36 teams in the ISSF World Championships in Granada, Spain, on Wednesday, Sept. 10, but did not make the Thursday's finals match.

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Higgins targets Spain for World Championships


According to USA Shooting, there is a youth movement afoot in the USA Shooting rifle program. Next week, sharpshooters who make up the USA Shooting team, both veterans and junior members, will converge on Granada, Spain, for the 2014 World Championships on Sept.8-19. On target for Granada is Air Force cadet David Higgins from Cadet...

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Mary Simonton completed five freefall jumps, nervous and with pride


It is not often that a young woman plans to jump out of a perfectly good-flying airplane, but in July, Air Force Academy cadet Mary Simonton (CS23) successfully completed five jumps out of a UV-18B Twin Otter.

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Rifle team puts the cap on another successful season


The Air Force rifle team had another successful season as it kicked-off its first season in the Patriot Rifle Conference (PRC). The team finished the season with a 10-6 season record and a second place finish in the PRC with a 6-3 mark.

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Men's Prone Competitors Named for World Championship


Air Force cadet David Higgins (San Clemente, Calif.) will be making his World Championship debut in the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Championships in Granada, Spain later this summer.

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