The U.S. Army recently introduced its new Marksmanship Master Trainer Course. The newly designed Marksmanship Master Trainer Course (MMTC) will begin its first class April 26. The course is available for registration on the Army Training Requirements and Resources System (ATRRS). The five-week MMTC course will train marksmanship coaches who in turn will train troops across the Army. The Army is working to get an additional skill identifier (ASI) to the master trainer graduates. The course covers marksmanship expertise including loading ammunition, crafting and perfecting firearms, participating in marksmanship competitions, teaching marksmanship, and training Soldiers to teach other Soldiers how to provide marksmanship training in their units.
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