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wow, Designated Marksman in action

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by hak, Nov 25, 2008.

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  1. hak

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    training + courage = victory
     
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    Go team!
     
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    Oooraaa
     
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    awesome...
     
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    Damn. God bless America, and her soldiers.
     
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    semper fi
     
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    One Two Three Four I love Marine Corps.
     
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    The deadliest weapon in the world is a Marine and his rifle.
     
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    One shot one kill! Good shooting Marine!
     
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    Wonder which DMR platform he used, M14 or M16?
     
  13. ShakyJake

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    Which platform

    Hi,
    Really, except to us armchair types, it really does not matter. What it proves is that concentration, training, basics, and shot placement are still king. Train right, fight right. It is always great to see a report with no fatalities on our side.
    TaKe CaRe
    Ted
     
  14. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    Boy that does a heart good! :)
     
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    That's silver star material.
     
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    This is why Americans sleep all snug in their beds with visions of sugar plums
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  17. expvideo

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    Hell yeah!
     
  18. Coronach

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    While I wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment, I have never once dreamed of a sugar plum.

    Out*censored*standing, Marine!

    Mike
     
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    "we sleep soundy in our beds because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence in far off places"
    ken
     
  20. XavierBreath

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    The language used in this thread has resulted in it's closure until I can claen it up. Elation at the young Marine's accomplishment is not an excuse for circimvention of the language filter at The High Road. Sorry guys, try again.

    One would hope. But as an enlisted man, a Bronze Star is more likely.
     
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    It's hard work being that good! Makes me proud! Bill
     
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    Hell yeah! We need more men like that!
     
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    Good job Marines!!
     
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    Oh yeah get some brothers.

    The more you sweat in piece the less you bleed in war.

    Its all about training.

    I miss my brothers.
     
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    great job brothers!

    as to the platform, if they called it a dmr, it was probably the m14 base. that is what the dmr is. in the corps, the m16 based is called the sam-r
     
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