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U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit Service Rifle Team

Sgt. Forrest Greenwood

Sgt. Forrest Greenwood was born in Modesto, California and graduated from Central Valley High School in Ceres, California in 2014. He joined the Army in August 2016 and completed basic OSUT training at Fort Benning, Georgia in December 2016. He was assigned to the USAMU service rifle section in January 2017 as an instructor/shooter.  

Greenwood has a distinguished shooting career, earning his distinguished rifleman badge in 2012 as well as his President’s one hundred. 

His military awards include the National Defense Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, three Army Achievement Ribbons, an Army good conduct medal Distinguished Rifleman Badge and President’s one hundred tab. He also graduated from the Fort Benning Basic Leaders Course in February 2020.

Greenwood was a firing member of the winning 2017 National Trophy Infantry Team match, the winning/record setting Interservice 10-man team match, as well as the winning/record setting interservice long range championship. In 2018, Greenwood was the winner of the under 25 Canadian Fullbore champion. During the 2020 service rifle season, Greenwood was a firing team member, as well as the head coach for the interservice long range team championship. He was also the secondary team coach for the new record setting ten-man team championship where the team bested the old record by twenty-four points. During the 2021 season, Greenwood was the coach for the CMP National matches record setting team for the national trophy team match, as well as the national trophy infantry team match. Greenwood attended the Master Fitness Trainer course in the fall of 2021 to become the battalion master fitness trainer.