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Jeremy Mangione

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Jeremy served in the United States Army’s most selective units to include the following: Special Operations Sniper with 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment; Service Rifle Shooter, instructor, and President's Hundred Tab winner at the Army Marksmanship Unit; Support NCO with the Army Asymmetric Warfare Group. Jeremy deployed nine time in support of the Global War on Terrorism while assigned with these organizations.

Jeremy served as a Firearms Instructor for the United States Secret Service providing instruction on pistol, rifle, shotgun, and submachine gun to recruits and federal law enforcement personnel.

 Jeremy Successfully completed three military sniper courses and several other tactical marksmanship clinics before moving on to compete at the national, then international, marksmanship levels; earned the Presidents Hundred Tab and the Gold Excellence in Competition Rifle Badge. Most notable wins include the 2014 All Army Long Range Competition, the Farr Trophy 1000-yard Match, and placing 9th in the nation for American prone at the Small-Bore Nationals in 2013. Contributed to the 2013 Dewar Team’s international victory as a firing member, and helped team set a new Long-Range Palma Team Service Rifle record in 2010. Led United States Army Marksmanship Unit Service Rifle teams to seven victories as the team’s assistant coach in 2012; new 1,000-yard Interservice Service Rifle record at Quantico, Va.

 Jeremy assumed the position of Senior Instructor/Writer for the United States Army Sniper School in 2013; led a team of Army researchers and performance enhancement psychologists to gather metrics for course curriculum modifications. Assisted the development of Army Marksmanship and Sniper doctrines. Hand selected as a military consultant to NATO ally Sniper Training Centers. Small Arms Subject Matter Expert for the 101stAirborne Division (Air Assault) in 2016 standardized marksmanship training for the Division.

During his career with the Army, Jeremy developed instructional material and curricula for conventional, special operations, and Department of Homeland Security forces. Provided expertise to the Army sniper capability gap conference regarding capability limitations, equipment needs, and training solutions to face current and emerging threats. Led NATO Pistol Self Defense Courses and was a Senior Instructor and integral team lead in establishing the Marksmanship Branch for the Afghan Army, Afghan Special Operations Forces, and the Afghan Female Officers Candidate School.

Jeremy currently teaches as an Army Instructor for three position Olympic Air Rifle for Bluffton Highschool. In the Spring of 2020, Jeremy joined The Citadel rifle team as the volunteer assistant coach where he lead the team to win seven head-to-head matchups during the season and mentored one athlete to compete in the Junior Olympics.