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TRIGGER MEN: SHADOW TEAM, SPIDER-MAN, THE MAGNIFICENT BASTARDS, AND THE AME

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TRIGGER MEN: SHADOW TEAM, SPIDER-MAN, THE MAGNIFICENT BASTARDS, AND THE AMERICAN COMBAT SNIPER Shadow Team is probably the most productive sniper team in American military history, accounting for 276 confirmed kills in a six months span with no casualties of their own. Their leader made what was, and may still be, the longest range kill with a 7.62mm rifle. For the first time ever they explain what it's like to kill a man and what it takes to become one of the elite.The tragic tale of Headhunter Two is altogether different. This four man sniper team from a regiment known within the Corps as the Magnificent Bastards was killed in 2004 in Ramadi, Iraq. Their deaths not only caused a reevaluation of sniper tactics and techniques, but created a desire for vengeance that was exacted nearly two years later in dramatic fashion.Based on hundreds of hours of exclusive interviews, Halberstadt gets inside the sniper mind and shows how they think and interact with each other, how missions are planned and executed, how the weapons work, and even what happens when a bullet finally strikes its target. There are only a few hundred snipers from all the services put together in combat at any one time, making this true inside story a rare and important event.Both a uniquely intimate look at what makes a sniper tick and a harrowing read filled with dramatic war tales, Trigger Men is a book about killers and killing, without apology and without remorse.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:HANS HALBERSTADT has authored or co-authored more than fifty books, most on U.S. Special Operations forces, armor, and artillery. He served in the U.S. Army as a helicopter door gunner in Vietnam. He lives in San Jose, California. ISBN: 0-312-35472-X publish date: 12/01/2008
Binding Type: Softcover
ISBN: 0-312-35472-X
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers
Author: Hans Halberstadt

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