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Rain, best at rifles, 'could become combatant'

2011/11/06 | 743 views | Permalink | Source

Singer Rain has been selected as a combatant for his outstanding shooting skills.

According to the papers released by the National Defense Department, Rain (Jeong Ji-hoon) successfully fired 19 rounds out of 20 during the day and 10 out of 10 at night at the rookie training base, making him an expert with rifles.

It is considered the perfect score to make 18 rounds out of 20 during the day time training and 9 out of 10 at night, but Rain passed the practice and sounding rounds at once and received full marks. He is also ranked #3 out of the 140 soldiers who experienced rifle training.

Having joined the training base on the 11th of October, Rain has been in basic training for the past five weeks and is looking forward to being released on the 14th of November. According to the National Defense, it is very likely that he might become a 'combatant' once he is out.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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