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.
When people think of World War II they normally think about people fighting through forests or big bombs being dropped. Many people forget about the snipers that waited for hours and hours in freezing cold temperatures to get that perfect shot. They had to do all of their fighting alone. There was no one covering their back, if someone spotted them they were done for. Some snipers contributed huge amounts of kills like Simo Hayha, with 524 confirmed kills (Hiskey).
He believed that every person deserved defense. Defending that the first solider only started shooting upon the crowd because it 's a normal response for anyone who 's facing a life or death situation. The jury acquitted six soldiers while two other soldiers was charged with Manslaughter. Many reacted to Adams defense for the soldiers hostile and his law practice suffered greatly. But later his actions built him a reputation by others who taught he was courageous, generous,
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.
Therefore I chose it as man vs man. Him fixing his wound was a step to resolving the conflict because if you have an untreated wound it is harder to fight. The sniper shooting the turret person and the informant was a major step to resolving the conflict fore it eliminated the extra threat of them. The biggest step to resolving was when he faked his death allowing for the opening to shoot the opposite sniper with a pistol. Throughout the story the only know other characters are trying to kill him or hinder his progress in killing the other sniper .
I picture myself in the battle called the antietam battle and we was facing the gettysburg i figure that it was going to be a great and tough one but we the antietam out number them we played smart, we dropped them one by one silently headshots , they didn’t know why there man was leaving so quickly they stopped and said wait a minute why our group is getting small ? One of the leaders said. I was a sniper man taking them out the good thing is they didn’t hear any gunshots all they saw was there man lying on the ground with blood on their skin one of their men was down the war lasted for a couple of weeks this is why the war didn’t last long like the other war did. 1(we had more men than they did) 2. Our beloved men was very silently.
I inched closer, and closer, with him still screaming at me to stop or he will be forced to shoot. But I was not worried. This was “lazy Joe”, of all people; he would be the last person in this prison who had the guts to actually pull the trigger. I actually love the guy for it, but it would result in this being his death scene. I finally was standing face to face with Joe.
During war, as seen in We Were Soldiers a soldier can see some very disturbing things. It is these things, such as seeing a close friend get shot, killed or blown up that can cause severe mental trauma. The way the American soldiers always took care of their own, while heroic, was costly. The American motto is “No man left behind”, this means that no matter what shape the soldier is in, his body will not be left where he died. Seeing someone get shot, and then trying to recover him while being shot at, or holding the injured soldier as he’s bleeding to death, will cause the memories to be ingrained in a soldier 's mind for the rest of his life.
Firearm stoppage is one of the biggest problems I see in the military along with operator error. It can throw you off when you are shooting than all the sudden something went wrong and now you have to fix the jam. Sam is the acronym that the man in the video uses that for troubleshooting what happened that created stoppage. The S in SAM stands for the shooter, or what I like to call operator error. He goes into talking about a shooter that is shooting with a limp wrist which does not allow the slide on a semiautomatic go all the way back.