Marine Sniper Themes

Charles W. Henderson
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Scout-Sniper

The book is nearly entirely focused on Hathcock's activities as a sniper. Most of the information presented relates to this single aspect of the man; even the biographical data offered attempt to explain why he became a sniper and what traits he possessed that made him an effective sniper. Much of the material presented deals with the establishment of a sniper program within the Marine Corps and even fragments of a typical course of study are presented. Nearly every person mentioned in the text has some connection with sniper activities—nearly every person mentioned in detail—such as Land or Burke—are themselves snipers. Nearly the entire text features Hathcock either training to be a sniper, operating as a sniper, or training others to become snipers.

It is interesting to note that the text is presented in a style that highlights sniper activity as an...

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