The WSI-Oak Ridge team won this year’s Security Protection Officer Team Competition with a total score of 904.673 points out of a possible 1,000 points.
The WSI-Oak Ridge team won this year’s Security Protection Officer Team Competition with a total score of 904.673 points out of a possible 1,000 points. The four-day event included Department of Energy (DOE), National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), military and police teams participating in tactical, physical and skills-oriented firearms competitions. One British and two Canadian teams competed as well.
The team members are Neal Wolfenbarger (captain); Brad Carter; Richie Wright; Chuck Rushefski; Colt Jennings; and Mike Sprain.
The Security Protection Officer Team Competition is now in its 38th year, and this is the second time Oak Ridge has hosted the Shootout in the Smokies since 2002. The event was held at the Central Training Facility, which is owned by DOE and NNSA.
“I am incredibly proud of how our team performed during these four days of competition,” said Lee Brooks, Senior Vice President and General Manager for WSI-Oak Ridge. “This competition tested these teams’ tactical skills, shooting skills and teamwork—it really called for a show of everything they had. I knew the competition would tough because this is the best of the best in armed security police officers, so I couldn’t be more pleased with the WSI-Oak Ridge team’s success.”
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