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Well at nineteen year old won Olympic gold for skeet shooting.
He's an American whose day job helped him prepped for the games in Beijing to -- Vincent Hancock -- a marksman in the army.
And the unity trains with here in the United States has a long history of creating world.
It's an Olympic athlete and an American soldier.
The first class -- Hancock has just returned from Beijing with Olympic gold.
He won the medal for skeet shooting in a dramatic showdown with the competitor from Norway -- telling the gold medal in the Sunday -- all.
It was like a dream come true meaningless and everything I imagine it would be Hancock is part.
Army marksmanship unit here at fort bening.
When president Eisenhower created the unit its members have won more than forty world championships.
And brought home nearly two dozen Olympic medals the army obviously takes a lot of pride in all the medals that soldiers are bringing back.
But this month with the unit also serve a crucial role that goes.
Beyond sports our main national and one that we take very seriously in the unit as enhanced marksmanship throughout the army.
The unit's research and development efforts have not only improve guns used in competition but also led to a -- mentioned weapons for combat we've trained soldiers that are going to going overseas.
And and I mean again I mean we help them done better understand.
The abilities of other weapons and -- that they have themselves only nineteen years old this Olympics soldier hopes this is just the first of many medals.
He continues his dual role of representing its country and serving his fellow soldiers.
At all Benning in Georgia Jonathan -- fox.
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