SOLDIER OF FORTUNE MAGAZINE GUIDE TO SUPER SNIPERS
Author: Robert K. Brown USAR (Ret)
Publisher: SKYHORSE, Oct 2013
Learn the way of the sniper by those who have mastered the craft. Stories from the eyes of the snipers who made the kills. These trained marksmen describe their method of taking the perfect shot, all the way down to the type of chewing tobacco they prefer.135 color, 27 b&w photos; 6x9 inches, 224 pgs.
Becoming an elite sniper involves more than learning how to shoot. Snipers need to know how to judge terrain, wind, and sometimes even the curve of the Earth. They train their eyes to spot enemy movement in the distance and to never hesitate. A sniper is more that a finger behind a trigger; he is a scout, a scientist, a strategist, and the support group for a platoon. Soldier of Fortune Magazine Guide to Super Snipers brings you into the world of some of the most accomplished snipers. From Finland to Iraq, Korea to Somalia, Soldier of Fortune Magazine provides stories from the eyes of the snipers who made the kills. These trained marksmen describe their method of taking the perfect shot, all the way down to the type of chewing tobacco they prefer.
Some of the super snipers in this collection include:
Major Charles Greene
Sergeant Dan Mills
Gunnery Sergeant Jack Coughlin
Robert K. Brown
And many more!
Every sniper?just like every situation that calls for a sniper?is unique, and Soldier of Fortune Magazine Guide to Super Snipers will show you every step of the way, as you find the target, narrow the scope, and take the shot.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lt. Col. Robert K. Brown, USAR (Ret.), is the original publisher of Soldier of Fortune Magazine, as well as a combat journalist who has written prolific articles for the magazine. He has been published in numerous media outlets, from the National Enquirer to the National Review. While in the military, Brown won numerous awards for his service, including the Purple Heart, Air Medal, Bronze Star, as well as many others. His previous book, Merc: American Soldier of Fortune, co-authored with prominent Cuban expert Jay Malin Jr., was published in 1979 to rave reviews.
Vann Spencer is an international lawyer, who studied law and international relations in Russia, Poland, London, Hong Kong, Brussels, and Paris, with emphasis on the Security of Europe. Spencer has reported on events in Asia, Africa, South America, and the Middle East. Spencer has also given lectures on International Law, International Security, Comparative Politics, Constitutional Law, and Human Rights Law.