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Hathcock, this book is very factual. Views Read Edit View history. Hathcock’s career as a sniper has been used as a basis for a variety of fictional snipers, from the “shooting through the scope incident” to the number of kills he made. Hathcock left the hospital in December Hathcock, II, USMC, a career Marine who dedicated his life to the service of this country in both the military and law enforcement communities Training, Techniques and Weapons.

She would do anything to cause pain.

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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. A female Viet Cong platoon leader called “the Apache woman,” with a reputation for torturing captive U. Tony rated it it was amazing Oct 06, Full Cast and Crew. Silent Warrior ed. Lists with This Book. White Feather 9. If he hadn’t stood up, it would have gone over his head.


Brenden Greene rated it really liked it Nov 03, He would go into the woods with his dog and pretend to wuitefeather a soldier and hunt imaginary Japanese with the old Mauser his father brought back from World War II. This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Modern Era, through the Present.

Carlos Hathcock Was A Sniper So Badass His Exploits Can Hardly Be Believed

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Hathcock was born in Little RockArkansas on May 20, During this depression, his wife Jo nearly left him whitefeathe decided to stay.

Written in true carlks format, this volume covers, from beginning to end, the story and tales of a true Marine Corps legend and last American Hero. As far as biographies go, this book will forever immortalize Hathcock, who passed away Feb. Set up a giveaway. One Shot, One Kill. Ina vehicle Hathcock was riding in struck whiitefeather landmine and knocked the Marine unconscious. White Feathers Video Visit Prime Video to explore more titles.

The Cobra would kill many Marines around Hill 55 in an attempt to draw Hathcock out of his base. Mar 18, Claude Daniels rated it liked it.


Legendary sniper Carlos Norman Hathcock II shot an enemy sniper through the enemy’s own scope

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Learn more More Like This. Surveying the situation, Hathcock concluded that the only feasible way he could have put whihefeather bullet straight down the enemy’s scope and through his eye would have been if both snipers were zeroing in on each other at the whitefeatherr time, which gave him only a few seconds to act, and Hathcock fired first.

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If I don’t get those bastards, then they’re gonna kill a lot of these kids dressed up like Marines. Little, Brown and Company.

Carlos Hathcock had 93 confirmed kills of enemy personnel, but he estimated the actual number to be between and Retrieved October 4,