February 1933

Observations of a Marine at the Annual Bombing and Gunnery Matches

Volume 17, Issue 4

These Matches are similar in many respects to the National Rifle Matches held at Camp Perry, Ohio. They are held annually, the contestants arc composed of the best Aerial bombers and gunners in the Air Corps, they are held about the same time of year, i. e., after the annual practice season, and elimination contests at home stations, are open to contestants from the Army, Navy and Marine Corps and are conducted by a staff appointed especially for this purpose.


The matches are composed of the following events:

Match I-Pursuit Pilots' Match

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