In our celebration of Veterans Day 2017, let us look at the history of one of our most treasured holidays
Posts Tagged: sniper
Snipers from the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment win prestigious 17th Annual International Sniper Competition
We have added a new members page about load bags, deployment kits, and other means of packing your gear
We take a look at the profile of THE legendary sniper Simo Hayha
New book review posted
We add a helpful glossary of sniper related terms
First ever US Coast Guard graduates from the US Army Sniper School
A team from Ireland won the 14th Annual International Sniper Competition held at Ft. Benning, GA.
Last week Rep. Roger Williams (R-Texas) introduced a bill in congress to posthumously award the Medal of Honor to former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle. It will be interesting to see where the bill goes but we here at Sniper Central support it! Even after a member of congress recommends the Medal of Honor be awarded, the nomination process is fairly long. It involves the request makes it way up a long chain of command including the chief of staff of the U.S. Army, the secretary of the U.S. Army and the secretary of Defense. Only then does it ultimately land on the President’s desk.
The following is our own review of the movie ‘American Sniper’. Not all of us here have seen the movie yet and as such the review does not constitute the opinions of everyone here at Sniper Central, but rather my own. American Sniper is a film based on Navy SEAL’s Chris Kyle’s book “The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History”. How do you portray a man’s life in two hours? You can’t, it just cannot be done in that short of a time. For those of you who have read the book you may be a little disappointed in that there are a few changes that… Read more »