Long before Chris Kyle penned “American Sniper,” Carlos Hathcock was This is where Hathcock would earn the nickname “White Feather” — because he. Known as the deadliest sniper of the Vietnam War, Carlos Hathcock once He also earned the nickname “White Feather” thanks to the white. White Feather has ratings and 9 reviews. Obak said: Carlos Whitefeather Hathcock was the real deal greatest sniper ever Chris Kyle is just a dea.
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While at boot camp in San Diego, he qualified at the expert level in marksmanship. That was the start of something major. It was obvious what happened. Carlos Hathcock Oscar Kwok Training, Techniques and Weapons. Hathcock’s career as a sniper has been used as a basis for a variety of fictional snipers, from the “shooting through the scope incident” to the number of kills he made.
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Hathcock himself estimates that he killed between and enemy combatants.
In when he was 17, Hathcock enlisted in the U. Hathcock’s record and the extraordinary details of the hathcoock he undertook made him a legend in the U. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Since I am a retired Marine, this book is a replacement for the one I misplaced a few years back. And, just 55 days short of the 20 years that would have made him eligible for regular retirement pay, he received a permanent disability separation.
Set up a giveaway. National Defense Industrial Association. He hunted at that early age with a. Carlos Hathcock had enough. When they come back in the evenings, they’re tired, lollygagging, not paying attention to detail.
Legendary sniper Carlos Norman Hathcock II shot an enemy sniper through the enemy’s own scope
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With no leaders left, after whitefeatherr shots, the opposing platoon wasn’t moving. After recovering from the burns, he served for another ten years, training USMC snipers until his forced medical retirement in ; he had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in Indespite his protests, he was awarded the Silver Star, not for sniping, but for saving the seven fellow Hwitefeather back in Please try again later.
Michael Tuttle rated it really liked it Dec 23, I saw her squat to pee, that’s how I knew it was her. Retrieved 26 September Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Stationed in danang – Hathcock was one of several individuals to utilize the M2 Browning machine gun in the sniping role. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Aung Myo rated it it was ok Jun 29, After battling multiple sclerosis for over twenty-five years, Hathcock died on February 22, When I made the shot, everyone ran to the treeline because that’s where the cover was.
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As far as Carlos Hathcock – an amazing man with challenges off the battlefield that rivaled those on it. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.
Preview — White Feather by Roy F. Archived from the original on September 28, He was close to being as good as I was… But no way, ain’t no way ain’t nobody that good.