Sig Sauer announces Second Annual Relentless Warrior Championships

Relentless Warrior

Competitors from the 2018 Relentless Warrior Championships. (Photo: Sig Sauer)

The Relentless Warrior Championships will return for its second year hosted by gun maker Sig Sauer at its facility in Epping, New Hampshire March 30.

The Second Annual Sig Sauer Relentless Warrior Championship brings over 100 cadets from the United States Air Force, Naval and Coast Guard Academies as well as the Virginia Military Institute, West Point and Texas A&M together to compete in high-level skills course for the tile of “Ultimate Warrior.”

The event will occur at the Sig Sauer Academy with Team Sig competitive shooters, Max Michel, Lena Miculek and Daniel Horner acting as honorary match safety officers. Additionally, Team Sig members will host shooting clinics and demos for participating cadets.

“At Sig we feel a deep sense of responsibility to the future of our nation’s military leaders and we are honored to encourage their development as marksmen and leaders through our sponsorship of this elite competition,” Tom Taylor, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of commercial sales, said in a news release.

Sig scheduled an intense course of fire involving six mission stages. The company says the competition will “test the marksmanship and leadership skills of these young cadets.”

The Second Annual Relentless Warrior Championships is set for March 20.

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