JROTC Matches

JROTC 3PAR Matches

The JROTC Postal Competition is one of the most participated shooting competitions in the United States.  Each year, thousands of JROTC Cadets, representing Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Air Force JROTCs compete in the Postal Competition.  Scores from the Postal are used to invite the best teams from each JROTC Service to compete in a shoulder to shoulder competition at one of three different locations.  The final leg of the JROTC Competition Series is the JROTC National Championship.  The best teams from the JROTC Service Championship are invited to compete in the JROTC National Championship, where both individual and team National Champions are crowned. 

JROTC Service Championship Squadding

Army, Navy, Air Force - Chandler AZ - Feb 6 - 8

Army, Air Force - Anniston, AL - Feb 6 - 8

US Marine Corps  - Anniston, AL - Feb 14 - 16

Army, Air Force - Camp Perry, OH - Feb 14 - 16


Chandler, AZ 3 Relay Schedule

Anniston, AL (Army/AF) - 3 Relay Schedule

Anniston, AL (USMC) - 2 Relay Schedule

Camp Perry, OH (Army/AF) - 3 Relay Schedule

A list of all National JROTC Champions can be found here - JROTC National Champions

Important Dates:

2020 Service Championships

6 - 8 February 2020 Army, Navy, Air Force (Chandler, AZ)
6 - 8 February 2020 Army, Air Force (Anniston, AL)
14 - 16 February 2020 Army, Air Force (Camp Perry, OH)
14 - 16 February 2020 USMC (Anniston, AL)

 National JROTC Championship

19 - 21 March 2020 All Services (Camp Perry, OH)


The U. S. Army Cadet Command, TECOM, the Naval Service Training Command, AFOATS and the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) jointly conduct this competition. The 2018-2020 12th Edition of the National Standard Three Position Air Rifle Rules governs. Rulebooks may be downloaded from the CMP web site at http://old.thecmp.org/air/national-standard-three-position-air-rifle-rules/

If you have questions regarding the JROTC Championships, please email [email protected] or call (419) 635-2141, ext. 730.


The CMP also supports JROTC by providing training and curriculum to JROTC Instructors (see the JMIC Instructor Courses under "Training"). The CMP also offers scholarships. Find out more information by visiting the CMP Scholarship web page.