Confidence

The Marine must believe in his ability to engage targets accurately in any combat situation. A Marine's level of confidence is rooted in the belief that future challenges will be overcome—particularly the challenge of firing well aimed shots in a combat environment where the enemy may be returning fire. A key factor in a Marine's level of confidence is the degree to which he has mastered the techniques and procedures of the rifle marksmanship. Mastery of rifle marksmanship can only be obtained by quality instruction. Quality instruction is the foundation for practical application of the marksmanship fundamentals during range and field firing.

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