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Iraq / Chris Kyle / Gerald Gavin / Scott Haynes #1146697

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 18, 2015
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The the story of Chris Kyle the deadliest sniper in American history made us wonder how real American snipers are made. And our David Martin found out you can't see it at first but you're looking at a deadly weapon to affect marine snipers stalking their prey. This is the Scout Sniper School at Quantico Virginia where says Brigadier General Austin Renforth was stalking skills are every bit as important as marksmanship to be able to infiltrate through unimaginable distance. You know that most civ...
Reporter(s):
David Martin
Duration:
00:02:50

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