Carlos Norman Hathcock II
This character is the subject of the biography.
Lance Corporal John Roland Burke
This character is from Alabama and serves as Hathcock's spotter for most of the book.
Staff Sergeant Charles A. Roberts
This character acts as Hathcock's spotter during early 1967, and the two men do not get along very well.
Major E. Jim Land
This character recruits Hathcock into a sniper company.
This is the colloquial American name given to a North Vietnamese sniper.
The 50-year-old Farmer Sniper
This character shoots into base during Operation Rio Blanco.
The White Frenchman
This character is said to be sadistic and a sexual pervert, a homosexual pederast.
The Enemy General
This character reportedly commands all of the enemy forces arrayed against the Marines stationed on Hill 55.
Staff Sergeant Ron McAbee
This character is one of Hathcock's old-time acquaintances and is assigned--apparently by chance--to Hathcock's sniper...
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