Lindsay Deutsch (USA TODAY Network) the author of the article “The fascinating Life Of Chris Kyle, and ‘American Sniper’”. This article I thought was a great plot line of Kyle’s life and written to inform readers with more insight about Chris Kyle 's humbling story and the sacrifices he made for his country. I was most taken back by the words regarding his tours and time he invested over in Iraq. Deutsch, states Chris Kyle did four tours in Iraq, raking up roughly 160 confirmed kills as a sniper, making him the deadliest U.S. sniper in history. After all the traumatic experiences, Kyle was honorably discharged in 2009, earning two silver stars, five bronze stars, a Navy and Marine commendation medal, and two Navy and Marine achievement medals.
Chris Kyle was an ordinary person that joined the military. He was just a recruit when he joined and nobody thought more of him than just a simple recruit. But little did the fellow navy seals know that Kyle was going to be one of the greatest fighters in U.S. military history. He had over 160 confirmed kills as a sniper and some have claimed he had much more. Here is his story.
For his size he was the hardest working soldier the 24th infantry division had seen in a long time. He was constantly moving, and if he was not moving supplies from the helicopter drops to the trucks for civilians he was moving ammunition for the soldiers. Marc was also renowned as the best shot in the hole U.S infantry division. All these skills lead to the dreadful day on August,31st 1941 the day before the U.S entered WW2 (World War 2) on that day Marc was tasked to take 19 of his best men on a likely futile mission deep
This U.S. Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper) takes his sole mission -- protect his comrades -- to heart and becomes one of the most lethal snipers in American history. Viewers raved and rejoiced at the “accurate” and “beautiful” depiction of the life of a true American willing to risk everything for his country. Ask almost anyone in the south, they will tell you that “American Sniper” was inspirational. Yet, the “War on Terror” continues to be a hot debate topic. One of the points on tensions is how the majority of the country views the armed forces who fight and continue to fight in the name of American Interests.
HE helped train others and helped them be better at their jobs. No one likes to think of killing as a job, but our military is trained to kill in order to protect this nation. Kyle said in his book that he was not trying to make a name for himself. He said that killing people at long range was his military mission. Because he was so good at it, many lives were saved and Iraq is a safer place.
American Sniper: The Autobiography of the most lethal sniper in U.S. Military History. Christopher Scott, Chris, Kyle was a legend for all who know his story. Could you imagine leaving your country for a dangerous war zone that could potentially result in you coming home in a casket? Most likely thats a no, considering now only one percent of the population serves in the Unites States Armed Forces. Chris Kyle has been a big part of what convinces me to serve in the military, and serve with pride.
Takeo always showed how much he thanked and loved Lord Shigueru. The first time he saw him he thought he was a great warrior and person since he killed Iida´s men with his sword and that is why Takeo started calling him Lord Shigueru. There were some people that were curious about Takeo. They didnt know anything about him, they wanted to know about the misterious man in the Otori clan. The only person who cared about Tomasu is Lord Shigueru and he always protected him since he was new and nobody knew who he was and how and why he was there.
The accounts of him going in and shooting these amazing shots from nearly a mile away are absolutely astounding. Then him nearly avoiding death, bullets flying over his head, escaping IED explosions, and still coming out unscathed its like a movie star in an action scene. right when their is a lull in the story it always seems to pick back up with some hilarious shenanigans or some death defying stunt that they pull off against all odds. While it is entertaining, it also helps us understand what people in the military go through over seas. It gave me a greater understanding and appreciation for those who serve.
After half of his squadron gets killed he isn 't afraid to keep fighting. Another reason I would be him is because he is a sharpshooter, my favorite thing to be in the military. He is also in the Vietnam war, which in my opinion is the most interesting. Another skill that I want, is to stay completely still for long periods of time.
Dwayne was a character that I developed that learned how to shoot guns back on his family plantation at Evergreen, Alabama. He had become so good at shooting things at extreme distances. The Army had no choice but to give him an extremely specialized position of being a sniper. The character was living his two major passions, one he loved to shoot a rifle, and second he was playing baseball. He just couldn’t get over the fact that he was having fun, and getting paid for it.
The way he spoke about the army was very insightful, because he was very proud to have served and be apart of the Us Military. He told me that back then he was a bit of a troublemaker and wasn’t always the smartest teenager. When I asked him, if you hadn’t joined the army, do you think you would be the same adult as you are today? His said very seriously and a little jokingly, was “No, I would probably be in jail or dead because of behavior problems.” This was a great way to show how he came of age. Ernest saying this really shows that being in the army was a big impact on his life, because he even said that if it wasn’t for the army I would most likely be in jail.