A Chilean army cadet from the Bernardo O'Higgins Military School shoots paper targets during an M9 pistol range at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, in preparation for the 51st Sandhurst Military Skills Competition, April 12-13. Sandhurst, a premier international military academy competition which began in 1967, is a two-day, approximately 30-mile course filled with individual and squad-based events designed to promote military excellence of future leaders across the world. This year, 49 teams from more than a dozen countries will participate in the competition, with two first-t

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A Chilean army cadet from the Bernardo O'Higgins Military School shoots paper targets during an M9 pistol range at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, in preparation for the 51st Sandhurst Military Skills Competition, April 12-13. Sandhurst, a premier international military academy competition which began in 1967, is a two-day, approximately 30-mile course filled with individual and squad-based events designed to promote military excellence of future leaders across the world. This year, 49 teams from more than a dozen countries will participate in the competition, with two first-t
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A Chilean army cadet from the Bernardo O'Higgins Military School shoots paper targets during an M9 pistol range at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, New York, in preparation for the 51st Sandhurst Military Skills Competition, April 12-13. Sandhurst, a premier international military academy competition which began in 1967, is a two-day, approximately 30-mile course filled with individual and squad-based events designed to promote military excellence of future leaders across the world. This year, 49 teams from more than a dozen countries will participate in the competition, with two first-time teams competing from Denmark and Greece.