Myanmar stands fourth in 31st ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet

Myanmar’sTatmadaw competed in the 31st ASEAN Armies Rifle Meet (AARM), which was in Thailand from 20 to 24 November.
A total of 25 shooters from Myanamr’s Tatmadaw team competed in carbine, rifles, machine guns and men’s and women’s pistols events of the AARM-31.
Myanmar stood fourth after securing eight gold, seven silver and seven bronze medals in total including five gold, four silver and five bronze medals in the team-wise competitions and three gold, three silver and two silver bronze medals in the shooting events.
The Myanmar’s Tatmadaw shooting team returned to Nay Pyi Taw by air yesterday afternoon and was welcomed back by Lieutenant General Soe Min Oo and senior military officers from the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army). — MNA/KZL

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