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Match 11 - Normandy, is a five-stage, 52-round service rifle match with deliberate shooting, snap shooting against moving targets and a run-down conducted in the prone, kneeling and standing positions at 200 and 100 metres.Match 12 - Defence of Canada, is a six-stage, 60-round snap, and snap movers service rifle match conducted in the standing and kneeling positions at 100, 75, 50, and 25 metres.In the late 1980s, the Canadian Forces again assumed responsibility for CFSAC (then the Canadian Forces Small Arms Competition).
Competitors must use issued equipment and accessories and specialized items such as shooting gloves or target rifle slings are not permitted.
The Regular Force Queens' Medalist for 2009 was a member of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Regular Force Queens' Medalist for 2011 was a Royal Canadian Air Force officer.
With these two exceptions, since unification of the Canadian Forces in 1968, the Queen's Medals have always been won by a member of the Canadian Army. The Canadian Forces assumes responsibility for the matches for a four-year period during the 1970s, before handing the matches back to the DCRA.
A comprehensive list of Regular Force winners can be viewed at Canada - Regular Forces and Reserve Force / RCMP at Canada - Militia/Reserve/RCMP The Letson Trophy is awarded to the Regular Force 12-competitor rifle team with the highest aggregate score.
Winning team members will wear the Letson rifle pin on their service dress uniform for the remainder of their careers. Smith Trophy is awarded to the Reserve Force 12-competitor rifle team with the highest aggregate score.