USARCMP Service Rifle Victory List

From SGM James Mauer

Overall, 2015 was the most successful year ever for the Army Reserve. Army Reserve Soldiers won virtually every Individual Championship at the Inter Service Rifle Championships and every Individual event at the National Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio. The Service Rifle Team won the majority of national team championships conducted at Camp Perry, Ohio. Our main goal for 2016 is to win the National Team Trophy and National Infantry Team Trophy at the National Matches and the 10 Man Team Trophy at the Inter Service Rifle Championships along with all other team trophies.

CPT Anthony Trimarco was the driving force behind the Army Reserve Competitive Marksmanship Teams success in 2015. His dedication in obtaining equipment, orders, ammunition, Tour of Duty approval and countless personnel actions enabled our team to succeed. The the support staff from the 416th TEC made a tremendous difference by preparing the team for success. Mr. Murphy, Mr. Soto, and SSG Raskie actioned the identified requirements that made all of the rest possible.

USARCMP 2015 Overall Results

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2015 Service Rifle Awards USARCMP

Army Reserve Marksmanship Program Service Rifle Team Members Win Michigan State Championship

Members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program competed and won overall victories at the Michigan State High Power Rifle Championship on August 9th.

Lt. Col. Scott Klawon and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Steven Slee won High Overall and High Master while shooting Service Rifles at the Michigan State High Power Rifle Championship.

Lt. Col. Scott Klawon and Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Steven Slee won High Overall and High Master while shooting Service Rifles at the Michigan State High Power Rifle Championship.


Lt. Col. Scott Klawon was the Open Match winner and CSM Steven Slee was first High Master. Despite competing against open, match rifle equipment, both shooters used Service Rifles as shot by members of military teams at Camp Perry.

Army Reserve Marksmanship Program Service Rifle Team Take Trophies at Interservice Rifle Competition

Members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program competed and won a number of matches at the 2015 Interservice Rifle competition, held annually by the U.S. Marine Corps Weapons Training Battalion, Quantico, Virginia.

The individual victories included Match #5 600 Slow Fire by Sgt. Kris Friend, and Cpt. Kirk Freeman winning Match #6 Aggregate of Matches, High National Guard or Reserve trophy and the LTC Reynolds Memorial for high overall individual shooter. SSG Jake Probst won High Post or Station, and MSG Rob Mango won Match #7 600 Yds Division B Match.

The USAR Service Rifle Team won the Interservice Six Man Marine Corps Combat Development Command Team Match (MCCDC.) Team Members were Captain-SGM James Mauer (USACAPOC(A), Coach MSG Norm Anderson (4th BN ARCD), Firing Members were CPT Samuel Freeman (98th DIV), SSG Kris Friend (USACAPOC (A), SSG John Arcularius (3 rd BN ARCD), MSG Norm Anderson (4th BN ARCD), MSG Rob Mango (9th MSC) and SSG Scott Grant (USACAPOC (A).

The Team also won won the Top Reserve Team in the Inter Service 10 Man Service Rifle Team Match. Team Members were Captain-SGM James Mauer (USACAPOC (A), Coach MSG Norm Anderson (4 th BN ARCD), Assistant Coach SGM Mark Bearnson (416 th TEC) Firing Members were CPT Samuel Freeman (98 th DIV), SSG Kris Friend (USACAPOC (A), SSG John Arcularius (3 rd BN ARCD), MSG Norm Anderson (4 th BN ARCD), MSG Rob Mango (9 th MSC), SSG Scott Grant (USACAPOC (A), SFC Dan Dorosheff, SFC Adam Stauffer, LTC Scott Klawon and LTC Cletus Paumier.

The Reserve team also took top honors as the High National Guard or Reserve Team with firing members CPT Freeman, MSG Anderson, MSG Mango, SSG Arcularius, SSG Grant, SGT Friend, SGM Mauer, LTC Klawon, CPT Freeman, MSG Anderson, MSG Mango, SFC Gervasio, SFC Stauffer, SSG Arcularius, SSG Dorosheff, SSG Grant, SGT Friend, SMG Mauer, and SMG Bearnson.

Team members included LTC Casillas, LTC Baer, LTC Paumier. LTC Klawon, LTC Schultz, CPT Freeman, CSM Slee, SGM Mauer, SGM Bearnson, SGM Gerner, 1SG Braswell, MSG Mango, MSG McFarland, MSG Hartswick, MSG Griffith, SFC Micholick, SFC Dorosheff, SFC Stauffer, SFC Fleischer, SFC Negron, SFC Mullen, SFC Hartley, SFC Manning, SSG Grant, SSG Bonjour, SSG Smith L., SSG Friend, SSG Anderson, M, SSG Probst, SGT Smith, E, SGT Kelton, and SPC Miller

“Overall, 2015 was the most successful year ever for the Army Reserve. Army Reserve Soldiers won virtually every Individual Championship at the Inter Service Rifle Championships,” SGM Mauer said. “Our support staff provided what we needed to win and our shooters delivered.”

SFC Chris Gervasio, SSG John Arcularius, SSG Scott Grant, LTC Scott Klawon, SSG Kris Friend, SFC Dan Dorosheff, MSG Norman Anderson, SGM Mark Bearnson and SGM Jim Mauer.

SFC Chris Gervasio, SSG John Arcularius, SSG Scott Grant, LTC Scott Klawon, SSG Kris Friend, SFC Dan Dorosheff, MSG Norman Anderson, SGM Mark Bearnson and SGM Jim Mauer.

Army Reserve Marksmanship Program conducts Northern Small Arms Championship Event

Members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program conducted a Mobile Training Team mission and held a north regional training event and Northern Small Arms Championship for Soldiers of the Army Reserve at Camp Perry on 31 May through 5 June.

Units that received training and coaching from the Mobile Training Team included the Army Reserve Careers Division, AR-MEDCOM, MIRC HQ, USACAPOC, 2POG, 350 CACOM, 351 CACOM; 352 CACOM; and 7POG, 256th CSH. “MTT events like this are open to all Reservists,” Event Coordination NCO SFC Paul Fleischer said.

Mobile Training Team missions combine small arms training, coaching from USARCMP competition shooter-instructors, qualification, and Excellence In Competition scored events that are recognized nationally. “Our goal with MTT missions is to obtain a 90 percent overall qualification rate, have our USARCMP team members conduct training and matches to share their skill and knowledge, and provide awards and recognition for top Reserve shooters,” said SGM James Mauer, USARCMP Service Rifle NCOIC. “At this event, overall qualification rate was 100% as every Soldier qualified on at least one weapon. 98 Soldiers qualified at a 100% go All on the M16 or the M9 was 100% for 98 competitors. Overall rifle qualification rate was 100% and 85% for pistol. In addition eight Soldiers earned Level 3 Rifle EIC points.”

100% of the Soldiers attending this USARCMP training event earned a qualification. SGT Jonathon Alman won the Rifle EIC Match and MSG Richard Baur was high overall. Overall Pistol Match winner was MAJ Brian Graves. SSG Rafael Fuentes was the overall match winner.

100% of the Soldiers attending this USARCMP training event earned a qualification. SGT Jonathon Alman won the Rifle EIC Match and MSG Richard Baur was high overall. Overall Pistol Match winner was MAJ Brian Graves. SSG Rafael Fuentes was the overall match winner.

Major General Ronald Dziedzicki addresses Army Reserve Marksmanship Program Soldiers at Nationals

Members of the Army Reserve Service Pistol Team wrapped up their competition season during the National Matches held at Camp Perry, Ohio July 5-12. “The season has come to an end and we should reflect back on our successes and shortfalls,” Lt. Col. Schultz said. “Everyone, to a man, shot better this year and this is no accident.”

During the Nationals Maj. Gen. Ronald Dziedzicki visited the team. “For the first time in my career I can honestly say I have nothing to say negatively about my assignment or the Command that supports us,” Team Officer In Charge Lt. Col. David Schultz said.

Maj. Gen. Ronald Dziedzicki met with members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program during the Pistol Nationals at Camp Perry.

Maj. Gen. Ronald Dziedzicki met with members of the Army Reserve Marksmanship Program during the Pistol Nationals at Camp Perry.