60 criminology students undergo marksmanship training in Baler
Sixty criminology students of Lyceum of the East-Aurora (LEA) recently underwent marksmanship training at the 91 st Infantry (Sinagtala) Battalion in Baler town in Aurora province.
The training is on-hand using short pistols with the students trained on the proper technique and understanding of the four fundamentals of marksmanship, according to a Punto Central Luzon report.
Lectures on information awareness against the communist terrorist groups, patriotism and love for the country were also given, the report said.
Lt. Col. Julito B. Recto, Jr., acting commander of 91IB, said in the report that prior to the activity a gun safety seminar was conducted for the safety of the students.
“We explained to the learners about the foundation of responsible gun handling, protection and ethical standards of firearm users,” he was quoted as saying.
“The training was conducted on our shooting range to provide them a most secure environment,” Recto said.
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