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Jul 03, 2007
| ISBN 9780425215425
Jul 03, 2007
| ISBN 9781440628900
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Jul 03, 2007 | ISBN 9780425215425
Jul 03, 2007 | ISBN 9781440628900
Now in paperback! From the author of the Navy SEALs Oral History series-an intimate look at the world’s most efficient and deadly warriors. Snipers have a rich history. This fascinating book follows their tasks and techniques from the Revolutionary and Civil Wars through both World Wars, to the Korean War and Vietnam-the genesis of modern sniping-to the current conflicts in the Middle East. Also, readers will see how sniping has evolved on the civilian side in law enforcement. Readers will learn about the tools of the trade, but most importantly, they will hear from the experts themselves: military snipers, as well as civilian police and SWAT snipers. Capturing the suspense and action of the hunt, the words of these men draw readers into the close-knit, little-known world of men who need only one bullet to get the job done.
Kevin Dockery has been a soldier in the President’s Guard under Presidents Nixon and Ford, a grade-school teacher, radio broadcaster, gunsmith, and historian. He even spent time in Iraq and Kuwait during Desert Storm as what he refers to as… More about Kevin Dockery
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