Vehicles and Equipment
- Distinguished Marksmanship Ribbon, a military ribbon in the U.S. Navy
- HMS Marksman, any of several ships with the name
- Marksman class destroyer, a British class of World War I flotilla leaders
- Marksman anti-aircraft system, a British anti-aircraft system
- Marksmanship Badge (United States), a military badge in the U.S. Army and Marine Corps
- On Mark Marksman, a 1960s conversion of Douglas A-26 Invader aircraft
- United States Army Squad Designated Marksman Rifle, a U.S. Army rifle
- United States Marine Corps Designated Marksman Rifle, a U.S. Marine Corps rifle
- U.S. Marine Corps Squad Advanced Marksman Rifle, a U.S. Marine Corps rifle
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—Lyndon Baines Johnson (19081973)
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