The training corps of junior army reserve officers at a school in North Carolina could target.
WRAL reported that the JROTC at Smithfield-Selma High School opened its 1,200 square meters and six lanes last week. The program funded the buildings with grants from the North Carolina Commission on Natural Resources and the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Cadets practice shooting with a daisy-type air rifle but must complete extensive training before they can participate in field activities.
“There is a shooting test that they have to pass and that they have to score 100 points,” Commander David Wegman told WRAL. They also have to sign a security pledge, take a residence permit, and at last demonstrate that they know how to use one of these air pistols.
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Only four JROTC cadets are currently trained to use the range. Wegman hopes that all JROTC alumni will be trained and certified next fall.
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