Members of other services or other nations' armed forces serving with Australian Defence Force (ADF) units are permitted to enter as part of the unit or brigade team. International personnel serving with Australian units selected for an international team cannot form part of an ADF Team.
All competitors compete in the service rifle matches with selected members of each team contesting light support weapon and pistol matches. Remaining team members may fire pistol matches.
Aggregated individual and team matches in all weapons contribute towards the overall results. Although awards will be presented for individual achievement, the focus is on the team performance overall.
A maximum of 10 members for brigade teams and five members for unit teams are selected to compete in the ten day competition. While all team members shoot all service rifle matches, the team captain and/or coach nominate the firers whose score will determine the team aggregate prior to firing the competition.
Team matches will also be fired during the competition with these results coupled with the scores from the individual aggregated team matches to determine the winning teams for the brigade and unit competition.
Members of other services or other nation's armed forces serving with ADF units are permitted to enter as part of the unit/brigade team. Internationals serving with ADF units selected for an international team cannot form part of an ADF team.
The competition has three Divisions of which Australian members may be selected for more than one Division.
Unit - four to five firers and one, non-shooting Team Captain or Administration Staff
Brigade - eight to 10 firers and up to two, non-shooting Team Captain and/or Administration Staff
International - eight to 12 firers and up to five, non-shooting Team Captain and/or Administration Staff. In addition to this, two firers for the Sniper competition are allowed.
Team Entry - International
The number of firers forming a team for each Division is as follows:
Service Rifle - eight firers (all may fire for individual honours and awards)
Service Pistol - four firers (all may fire for individual honours and awards)
LSW - four firers only
Team Nomination Form
The brigade/unit nomination form can be found here or on the Defence Protected Network's AASAM site
Team Registration Forms
Team Captains are required to register their firers on arrival at Puckapunyal. Registration forms will be available from the Competition Office located in building 151 in the National Service Lines and must be completed prior to the commencement of the competition. The Director Competition will assist all Team Captains to complete the forms if required.
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