U.S.M.C. Sniping
U.S.M.C. Sniping

A Marine Corps Sniper is defined as a Marine who has been carefully screened and selected, has undergone comprehensive training in advanced infantry and marksmanship techniques, and has been assigned MOS 8541. The sniper's training, combined with the inherent accuracy of his rifle, firmly establishes him as a valuable addition to the weapons available to the infantry commander.

The primary mission of a sniper in combat is to support combat operations by delivering precision fire on selected targets from concealed positions.

U.S.M.C. Sniping covers the following topics: Sniper Organization, Selection of Personnel, Sniper Training, Sniper Equipment, Ammunition, Observations Aids, Starlight Scope, Marksmanship Training, Positions, Trigger Control, Sight Adjustment, Effects of Weather, Zeroing, Field Training, Target Detection, Range Estimation, Intelligence Collection & Reporting, Camouflage, Individual Movement, Survival, Evasion, & Escape, Arm-and-Hand Signals, and Sniper Employment.

Size: 5x7
Pages: 264
Softcover, Illustrated

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