October 8, 2008
"It was five targets and five rounds [of ammunition] - that's it - one shot. This was all standing - no switching positions," said Sgt. Martin Harless, a team member from the U.S. Army Garrison Kaiserslautern's Directorate of Emergency Services. He explained that in U.S. Army competitions it's about 50 rounds for one target, as well as shooting from several different positions, such as standing or in a lying-down prone position.