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TitleU.S. Army Werewolf Sniper Manual
File Size13.8 MB
Total Pages290
Table of Contents
                            List of Illustrations
Foreword By Sergeant Crash Payne, Most Decorated Werewolf Sniper in U.S. Army History
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1. INTRODUCTION
1-2. Organization
1-3. Personnel Selection Criteria
1-4. Silver Shooter and Wolfwatchman Responsibilities
1-5. Hunting Party Firing Techniques
CIAP'fER 2. 13(IIJIPMENT-YOU AND YOUR RIG
2-1. Operations and Functions
2-2. Inspection
2-3. Care and Maintenance
Section II. Ammunition 23
Section III. Wolf Sniper Sighting Devices
Section IV. Other Equipment
2-8. W161A1 Rifle with Bayonet
2-9. Image Intensification and Infrared Devices
2-10. W49 "Wolfwatcher" Observation Telescope
2-11. W19 Binoculars
2-12. Other Wolf-Sniper Equipment
Section V. Communications Equipment
ClAP1TR 3. MARHSWOUMANSlIP
3-2. Aiming
3-3. Breath Control
3-4. The Act of Firing
Section II. Ballistics
Section III. Effects of Weather
3-9. Effects of Moonlight
Section IV. Swiper Data Book, aka the Hunting Log
3-11. Analysis
Section V. Holdoff
4. FIELD 'I1 ClNIOUES
4-2. Basic Methods
4-4. Ghillie Suit
4-6. Cover and Concealment
Section II. Movement
4-8. Individual Movement Techniques
4-9. Hunting Party Movement and Navigation
Section III. Selection, Occupation, and Construction of Swiper Positions
4-11. Occupation
4-12. Construction
4-13. Positions in Urban Terrain
Section IV. Observation
4-15. Elements of Observation or Wolfwatching
4-16. Twilight Techniques
4-18. Illumination Aids
5. MISSION PREPARATION
5-3. Tentative Plan
5-5. Wolf-Slaying Operation Order
5-8. Dress Rehearsals
                        

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