Navy Competition Marksmanship

From 1910 to 1920, the Navy awarded a marksmanship badge, called the Navy Sharpshooter's Badge, to Sailors who qualified with the service rifle and/or service pistol. Today, Sailors are awarded marksmanship ribbons and medals to denote service weapon qualification.

The Navy also has Marksmanship Competition Badges that are authorized for wear on Navy uniforms. These badges are awarded by the Navy to sailors and officers upon receipt of official scores, known as "leg points."