I'm 19,in the united states marines.(PFC John Elliott,1st Platoon, Bravo Company, 24th Marines, force recon/snipers (MARSOC)I have my black belt in juditsu and karate, I've been in boxing for 8 years,i've played football for 11yrs and wreastling for 5yrs. I play the drums/sing/scream/play bass/and play guitar. i was in 3 bands befor i went over seas, but now im in one! I'm 5'10 1/2'' and I'm a country boy. I love sports and riding motocross with my brother. i love to party and chill with friends i listen to country and heavy rock/screamo punk, techno and a lil bit of other s**t. if you dont like me then dont talk to me. i am what i am and i am what im not!
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8/23/09 The New York Times
Snipers imperil U.S.-led forces in Afghanistan
Work of several well-trained marksmen punctuates offensive in Marja!!!
Five Marines and two Afghan soldiers have been struck here in recent days by bullets fired at long range. That includes one Marine fatally shot and two others wounded in the opening hour of a four-hour clash, when a platoon with Company K of the 1st Platoon/ Bravo Company/ 24th Marine snipers was ambushed while moving on foot across a barren expanse of flat ground between the clusters of low-slung mud buildings.
Marine snipers PFC John Elliott, and CPL Jake Peterson of the 24th marines struck an Afghan soldier in the neck at a range of roughly 500 to 700 yards. The Afghan was walking across an open area when the single shot hit him. He died.
The experience of First Platoon was the latest chilling example. The platoon, laden with its backpacks, was moving west toward the company’s main outpost after several days of operating in the eastern portion of the company’s area.
What’s the most dangerous weapon in the world? Answer: A Recon Marine and his rifle.
Swift, Silent, Deadly. Keep your eyes and ear