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Marine Sniper The marine corps has many books of horrorendous battles brave heroes and all around awesome stories that help show why the corps is the most highly respectable and honorable branch of all the US armed services Even though Marines fight as a team its the indivdual marine who whens the battle When the corps recongizes an individual for his accomplishments he gets craved into our history Such as John Basilone Dan Daly And Archibald Henderson they are just a few that come to mind first But there are a few that hold a special spot in our hearts One of these individuals is Gunnery Sgt Carlos Hathcock Carlos Hathcock was a Marine Sniper During the Vietnam War He has accomplished 95 confirmed kills the highest to to date in Marine Corps history Unlike the Army a Marine Sniper is a hunter outdoorsmen and marksmen He earns each kill The book I chose to right about is Marine Sniper By Charles Henderson Carlos Hathcock was born in the country somewhere in Arkansas and was recruited at the recruiting station in Little RockHe spent his days like most little boys when he was young getting dirty outside With his dog and a 22 rifle he would hunt Although it was not people he was hunting its hard to believe that it would not help him in the future not to mention his career When he was seventeen he signed up for the marines In the begining years of his first enlistment he found himself interested in the marine corps rifle team Traveling around with the team he acquired many medals as well as prostege among the shooting comunity Before leaving for Veitnam to help begin a scout sniper program he left back a wife and a son Once in Vietnam Gunnery Sgt Hathcock and Capt Land trained marines in how to be snipers Going out for at least a week at a
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