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Air and Army National Guard compete in Governors Twenty Competition

Army Chief Warrant Officer 4 Roger Farley, Oklahoma National Guard marksmanship coordinator, explains the Governor's Twenty competition rules of engagement Sept. 22, 2018, at Camp Gruber Training Facility, Braggs, Oklahoma. The Governor's Twenty competition is a state-level National Guard award, created in 1968, that is awarded to the top twenty shooters in a state. (U.S. Air National Guard Photo by Master Sgt. C.T. Michael)

PHOTO BY: MSgt. CT Michael
VIRIN: 180922-Z-UN332-1001.JPG
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