Security Forces celebrate Police Week

Updated: May. 18, 2023 at 7:33 PM CDT
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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - F.E. Warren is celebrating Police Week and today, service members marked it with a shooting competition.

“A lot of us do take pride in being able to outshoot the guy next to us, and its a friendly competition but at the end of the day, we’re all here to hone our skills and get a little better and do what we like to call the keyhole throughout as much of the target as we can,” said SSgt. Andrew Schnacker, Resource Protection Program Manager, 90th Security Forces Group.

The 90th Security Forces group tossed down the gauntlet and had a shooting competition.

The event was open to groups of competitors and law enforcement; the winner got bragging rights and a trophy.

This morale booster helps squadrons come together to bond and upskill their expertise.

The security forces group competed for the best target score with 20 rounds and did a rapid reload for an additional ten rounds.

Each day events get tally a weekly score.

“It does help defenders hone their skills and brings general awareness to first responders. And lets the community see that we know what we’re doing, we are capable, we are willing to help them when the need arises, and we’re kind of needed everywhere out here,” said SrA. Nels Anderson, Combat Arms Instructor- F.E. Warren.

Events this week included the opening ceremony, a corn hole toss K-9 demo and more.