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Wing on target as restored marksmanship team preps for first competition

Master Sgt. Joe Sommers, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron material management flight chief, issues a rifle to Master Sgt. John Riccio, 103rd Attack Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of standardization and evaluation, July 24, 2015, at the Horsham Air Guard Station armory, Horsham, Pennsylvania. RIccio is a member of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team and is one of only two wing members permitted to sign out and transport weapons for the team. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

Master Sgt. Joe Sommers, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron material management flight chief, issues a rifle to Master Sgt. John Riccio, 103rd Attack Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of standardization and evaluation, July 24, 2015, at the Horsham Air Guard Station armory, Horsham, Pennsylvania. RIccio is a member of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team and is one of only two wing members permitted to sign out and transport weapons for the team. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

Tech. Sgt. Robert Custer, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron supervisor supply technician, stands watch as Master Sgt. John Riccio, 103rd Attack Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of standardization and evaluation, clears his rifle in preparation for transport of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team to the Governor’s Twenty competition. The annual marksmanship event is a National Guard-wide match during which the state’s top military marksmen fire both rifle and pistol. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

Tech. Sgt. Robert Custer, 111th Logistics Readiness Squadron supervisor supply technician, stands watch as Master Sgt. John Riccio, 103rd Attack Squadron non-commissioned officer in charge of standardization and evaluation, clears his rifle in preparation for transport of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team to the Governor’s Twenty competition. The annual marksmanship event is a National Guard-wide match during which the state’s top military marksmen fire both rifle and pistol. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

2nd Lt. Dakota Kauffman, 270th Engineering Installation Squadron project engineer, clears his pistol in preparation for transport of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team to the Governor’s Twenty competition. The top 20 competitors are awarded embroidered emblems and certificates distinguishing them as being a member of “The Governor’s Twenty” during this annual National Guard-wide event. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

2nd Lt. Dakota Kauffman, 270th Engineering Installation Squadron project engineer, clears his pistol in preparation for transport of the 111th Attack Wing’s marksmanship team to the Governor’s Twenty competition. The top 20 competitors are awarded embroidered emblems and certificates distinguishing them as being a member of “The Governor’s Twenty” during this annual National Guard-wide event. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Andria Allmond/Released)

HORSHAM AIR GUARD STATION, Pa. -- Members of the newly-revived 111th Attack Wing's marksmanship team prepare to head into competition on July 25, 2015, at Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania. The Governor's Twenty is an annual National Guard-wide competition during which the state's top military marksmen fire both rifle and pistol, with the top 20 competitors awarded embroidered emblems and certificates distinguishing them as being a member of "The Governor's Twenty"