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To earn the U.S. Army's Sharpshooter Badge, Soldiers must earn a score of between 30 and 35 points out of 40 rounds fired, with a point awarded for hitting any point on the target.
a. Weapons qualification (160 points maximum - SGT; 110 points maximum - SSG). (1) Promotion points are awarded based on the most recent qualification score with the Soldier's primary weapon (per TC 3-20.40).
You earn military education promotion points at the rate of 4-points per week of training. A week is defined as a minimum of 40 training hours. There's quite an extensive list of courses that are not creditable for promotion points, here are just a few of these types: NCOPDS courses (e.g. BLC and ALC)
Military correspondence courses are normally worth 1 Point for every three hours of course credit.
Soldiers assigned to an organization without weapons can use their latest qualification as an exception to the 24-month limit. However, once assigned to an organization with weapons, the Soldier will have 12 months to qualify with assigned weapon or will lose their most recent score.
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This table builds the Soldier's confidence in the weapon, ammunition, optics, and training. Table VI, Qualification, is the Army-standard record course of fire (COF) used to determine live-fire proficiency on. an assigned weapon.
The new Army marksmanship M4A1 carbine qualification course of fire is a more complex and realistic evaluation of lethality. The integration of barriers, unprompted reloading, and firing position transitions provide leadership with a challenging task for training Soldiers.
The training is broken down into six tables \u2013 preliminary marksmanship instruction and evaluation, pre-live fire simulation training, magazine and shooting position drills, grouping and zeroing, practice qualification and qualification.
DA Form 2064 "Document Register for Supply Actions"
Weapons Qualification Range qualifying with your assigned weapon is not only required for every soldier but an important contributor to amassing your promotion point haul. Qualifying with your weapon contributes up to 160-points, or 20% of all points available.

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