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    Sgt Carlos Hathcock, Vietnam, 1968.

    Carlos Hathcock…….Legend.

    Carlos Hathcock (White Feather) US Marine sniper

    ~Great book about Carlos Hathcock

    In Memory of Chris Kyle. American Sniper. American Hero.

    Sgt. Carlos Hathcock, USMC, aka "White Feather." (On left) Fair winds and following seas.

    ..._Carlos Norman Hathcock II (aka "White Feather) "was a United States Marine Corps sniper with a service record of 93 confirmed kills. One of Hathcock's most famous accomplishments was shooting an enemy sniper through the enemy's own rifle scope, hitting him in the eye and killing him


    Carlos Hathcock, US Marine Corps, 93 confirmed kills in Vietnam. Established Scout-Sniper school for Marine Corps at Quantico.

    Carlos Hathcock. Marine Sniper 93 Confirmed and 360 Unconfirmed Kills including a 2500 meter kill with A Browning .50 Machine Gun he added a scope to. While burning alive he pulled 7 Marines out of a burning vehicle that ran over a land mine. He died in 1999 from multiple sclerosis.



    A dying soldier clutching to a priest after being hit by sniper fire. Whether you're religious or not, this soldier was given comfort in this last moments by an extraordinary brave man.

    1st Battalion, 9th Marines Sniper Team, 1969

    American Wild Wild West Brilliance. We've made these movies before.... the enemy doesn't seem to add that up yet. Innovation and Expediency are part of the American Genius to "Get-ur Done"!

    The most bad-a sniper in history…

    An American Hero, who by the looks of his shirt, has a great sense of humor too. Marine Cpl. Todd Nicely, quadruple amputee. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

    Sniper, Vietnam #sniper #marksman

    Feb 9, 1968, Hue, South Vietnam - With ammunition slung over his shoulder and a rifle in his hand, this American GI has a quiet moment for thought during a pause in the fighting at Hue. A week after the first enemy assault in this area, allied forces were making slow progress in clearing Hue of Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops. © Bettmann/CORBIS ~ Vietnam War