On behalf of the Chief of Army, I extend a warm welcome to all competitors at this year's AASAM. The meet is being conducted for the tenth year at Puckapunyal by Headquarters Combined Arms Training Centre (CATC) staff.
The purpose of CATC is to prepare soldiers for success on the battlefield across a wide variety of combat trades. Part of that training is focused on the accurate application of small arms fire that underpins operational and mission success.
AASAM guarantees to test the marksmanship capacity of very individual competing and serves to provide a benchmark to validate standards, equipment and training systems for individuals, unit teams and international competitors alike.
Colonel Marcus Constable
Combined Arms Training Centre
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