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At the 2005 Junior Shooting Sports Program Tournament, Dennis LaPorte, Chairman- JSSP, was awarded the Department of the Army Commander's Award for Public Service.  The award reads:

"For exceptional meritorious support to the Army JROTC programs and the Junior Shooting Sports Program of Fairfax County, Virginia.  His tireless efforts in obtaining resources, teaching safe marksmanship and support for Regional Competitions has resulted in a higher standard for all Marksmanship programs.  Mr. LaPorte's dedication and commitment to excellence reflects great credit upon himself, American Legion Post 162 and the American Legion."

The award citation and medals may be viewed by clicking the image below.  Return here by closing that window.

Photos from the Tournament may be viewed  by clicking the image below.  Close that window to return here.

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