The Queen’s Medal Competition

The Queen’s Medal Competition is an individual competition which is open to all members of the Force. This runs over a three-day period. Day one is the elimination stage where178 shooters compete to make it to the top 72 spots. On day two the shooters compete for the top 24 spots. Day three, which is also the final day of the Force Shooting Festival is the most intense as the shooters are doing their best to make it into the top ten to be classified as a marksman.  After a hard fought stage three, Private Garie Bryan of JDF Air Wing was declared the winner of the Queen’s Medal Shoot.

Private Garie Bryan honoured as the
Queen’s Medal Champion.

The Queen’s medal shoot in progress.

Lieutenant Colonel Derek Robinson, former Commanding
Officer of the 1st Battalion The Jamaica Regiment looks at
the scores on the final day of the Shooting Festival.

The Chief of Defence Staff, Major General Stewart Saunders,
presenting the Queen’s Medal to Private Garie Bryan.