Included are several individuals who contributed to U.S. marksmanship excellence, as well as the first woman ever elected to the NRA Board of Directors
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The National Firearms Museum recently debuted a new plaque honoring Ruby Fox in its “Olympic and International Shooting” display. The plaque features a famous picture of Fox holding her signature Hämmerli 208, along with a gold NRA National Championship medallion she won at Camp Perry.
The U.S. International Shooting Hall of Fame will induct Glenn Dubis and Admiral Willis A. Lee during a ceremony expected to draw roughly 200 alumni, fellow Hall-of-Famers and current athletes and coaches. The four-time Olympian Dubis and the seven-time Olympic medalist Admiral Lee were selected among an all-star cast of candidates.