From: North Georgia
I think Adm. Willis "Ching" Lee won some awards for shooting, not sure if they were in the olympics or not
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – The United States Naval Academy's rifle team will honor the late Vice Admiral Willis Augustus Lee, Jr., USN '08 on Saturday, August 25, at 11 a.m. The date marks the 56th anniversary of Lee's death. The team will lay a wreath on Lee's grave, located in Section 6 of the Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va.
"Vice Admiral Lee personifies everything that we expect in a midshipman/athlete," said Navy rifle coach Bill Kelley. "He not only holds the record for the most medals won in shooting in the Olympic Games, but he had a long and distinguished military career, rising to a three-star Admiral and winning the Navy Cross."
Lee represented the United States in the 1920 Olympic Games in Antwerp, Belgium. A member of the country's shooting squad, Lee took home seven medals (tying teammate Lloyd Spooner for most in the Antwerp Games) - five gold medals (tied for most at Antwerp with Italy fencing standout Nedo Nadi), one silver medal and one bronze medal.
And if you think he was good with a pistol, you should see what he can do with a 16" Rifle
F4U Corsair; When you Absolutely, Positively need to kill every freaking Zero in a 40 mile hex....