Ooooorah! Semper Fi!! “One Shot…One Kill”
“Aim small miss small”!
Can just hear those voices in my head, over & over again!
Comment by Jim Campbell
I was fortunate enough to have a scuba diving instructor named Jason who taught me many things.
Among them was, “I can’t is planned failure,” and not inmy vocabulary.
On his left peck, he had the sniper tattoo.
He went on to become an FBI agent.
He had a stone-steely glare about him, the eyes of what could be a stone cold killer.
February 22, 2020
Ask any Marine about the Corps’ greatest snipers and a flurry of references to the legendary Gunnery Sgt. Carlos Hathcock is sure to flood the conversation.
And yet it was another sniper, Charles “Chuck” Mawhinney, who quietly supplanted Hathcock as the Marine Corps’ deadliest sniper in the service’s storied history.
The native of Lakeview, Oregon, recorded 103 confirmed kills in Vietnam over the span of 16 months in 1968 and 1969.
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