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1942Unidentified Canadian sniper taking part in an assault landing course, England, 12-26 April 1942. Credit: Sgt. Al W. Grayston / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada. Collection: Canada Archives
1942Washington, D.C. International youth assembly. Liudmila Pavlichenko, famous Russian sniper, with Mrs. Roosevelt and Justice Robert Jackson. Credit: Delano, Jack. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1942Washington, D.C. International youth assembly. Russian delegates. Liudmila Pavlichenko, Soviet woman sniper is on the right. Credit: Delano, Jack. Collection: Farm security - Black and white
1942An unidentified corporal of The Royal Winnipeg Rifles handling a sniper rifle, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 30 July 1942. Credit: Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada. Collection: Canada Archives
1943A sniper in the town of Cupa, Italy, 1943. Credit: Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945. Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Public Domain Photographs, 1882 - 1962. Mediterranean Theatre; World War, 1939-1945. Collection: National Archives
1943In an underground surgery room, behind the front lines on Bougainville, an American Army doctor operates on a U.S. soldier wounded by a Japanese sniper. December 13, 1943. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Collection: National Archives 2
1944"A platoon of Negro troops surrounds a farm house in a town in France, as they prepare to eliminate a German sniper holding up an advance. Omaha Beachhead, near Vierville-sur-Mer, France.", June 10, 1944. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 - 1954. Todd, Photographer. Collection: National Archives
1944Crowds of Parisians celebrating the entry of Allied troops into Paris scatter for cover as a sniper fires from a building on the Place de la Concorde. Although the Germans surrendered the city, small bands of snipers still remained. August 26, 1944. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 - 1954. Collection: National Archives
1944A Marine from the Third Marine Division goes after a sniper in a shelled building. Guam, August, 1944. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. (09/18/1947). General Photograph File of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1927 - 1981. Collection: National Archives
1945Sniper Arthur Godin of Le Régiment de la Chaudière taking aim from the interior of a building in Zutphen, Netherlands, 7 April 1945. Credit: Lieut. Donald I. Grant / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada. Collection: Canada Archives
1945Regimental Aid Party treating a infantryman of The South Saskatchewan Regiment who was wounded by sniper fire while crossing a canal north of Laren, Netherlands, 7 April 1945. Credit: Lieut. Daniel Guravich / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada. Collection: Canada Archives
1945This Marine, member of the "Fighting Fourth Marine Division," threatens the enemy even in death. His bayonet fixed at the Charge, he was killed by intense Japanese sniper fire as he advanced. February 19, 1945. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. (09/18/1947). Collection: National Archives 2
1945A Marine Aiming at a Japanese Sniper on Okinawa, June 22, 1945. Original caption: A Marine of the 1st Marine Division draws a bead on a Japanese sniper with his tommy-gun as his companion ducks for cover. The division is working to take Wana Ridge before the town of Shuri. Okinawa, 1945. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. (09/18/1947). General Photograph File of the U.S. Marine Corps, 1927 - 1981. Collection: National Archives
1945Infantrymen of The Essex Scottish Regiment lying in a ditch to avoid German sniper fire en route to Groningen, Netherlands, 14 April 1945. Credit: Lieut. Dan Guravich / Canada. Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada. Collection: Canada Archives
1951Marines of the 1st Marine Division relax by a Korean hut after destroying an enemy sniper housed there. September 24, 1951. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. U.S. Marine Corps. (09/18/1947). Collection: National Archives 2
1971Vietnam..Specialist. 4 Richard Champion, squad leader, Company B, 4th Battalion, 21st Infantry, 11th Light Infantry Brigade, shouts instructions to his squad after receiving sniper fire while on patrol on Hill 56, 70 miles southeast of Chu Lai. January 19, 1971. Credit: Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964). Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, 1754 - 1954. Collection: National Archives
2000Sergeant Michael Sistrunk, from Jacksonville, Florida, and LCpl. Matthew Bateman, from Gaithersburg Maryland, both Reconnaissance Marines from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), practice stalking techniques with an M-40 sniper rifle during Exercise Slunj 2000. The bilateral exercise was designed to build interoperability and cooperation between the United States and Croatian military forces. Credit: SSgt Brook R. Kelsey. Collection: US Marine Corps
2000Gunnery Sergeant Chris Capps, Surveillance Target Acquisition Platoon Sergeant from Battalion Landing Team 2/2, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable), and Sellersburg, Ind. native, prepares to fire the.50 Caliber Special Application Sniper Rifle during Exercise Slunj 2000. The bilateral exercise was designed to build interoperability and cooperation between the United States and Croatian military forces. Credit: SSgt Brook R. Kelsey. Collection: US Marine Corps
2000LCpl. Dustin Soroka, TBS Supply, and Sgt. Ryan Green, TBS S-3, play civilians shot by a sniper. Credit: Sgt. John Sayas. Collection: US Marine Corps
2000Marines clear a building of a sniper as civilians stand above. Credit: Sgt. John Sayas. Collection: US Marine Corps
2000Dennis Mahoney, of Brooklyn, looks perplexed as he sizes up Lance Cpl. Castel Bassett's, 2nd Platoon, 1st Fleet Antiterrorism Security Team Company, Norfolk, Virginia, sniper gear. Credit: Cpl. Ariel Linares. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001A Marine Corps sniper watches over Camp X-Ray Thursday. This is just one of many posts that JTF-160 has over X-Ray to insure that the detainees are safely inside their individual units. Credit: Staff Sgt. Jason Huffine. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Marines from Scout Sniper Platoon, 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment practice angle shooting. Shooting at an up or down angle affects the trajectory of a round. The Marines use basic geometry during angle shooting. If the appropriate calculations are not made, rounds will not strike the intended targets. Credit: Cpl. Paula M. Fitzgerald. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, California - Lance Cpl. Christopher Angelone (left), a 23-year-old scout sniper and Philadelphia native, explains the functions of his sniper rifle to a high school senior who has enlisted in the Marine Corps and is now in the delayed entry program. Credit: Corporal Joseph R. Chenelly. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001MARCH AIR RESERVE BASE, California - Lance Cpl. Christopher Angelone (right), a 23-year-old scout sniper and Philadelphia native, gives Alfredo Molina, a 17-year-old La Sierra High School senior and a soon-to-be Marine Corps recruit, the chance to peep through the sites on his sniper rifle. Credit: Corporal Joseph R. Chenelly. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001KABUL, Afghanistan (Dec. 31, 2001) - U.S. Marine sniper Sgt. John R. Crandall of Mexico, N.Y., keeps a eye peeled open for hostile activity at the U.S. Embassy here. (RELEASED). Credit: Sgt. Andrew D. Pomykal. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001BLT 2/8, Weapons Co. Marines, attached to the 24th MEU (SOC), provide coverage from sniper fire as two Marines run across a courtyard to another building during urban warfare training on the Island of Sazan, Albania July 5, as part of Exercise Albanian Phiblex. Credit: LCpl. Michael I. Gonzalez. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Dec. 19, 2001) - Lance Corporal Nathan Haskins (right), a Battalion Landing Team 3/6 Sniper Platoon scout, shows Commandant Gen. James L. Jones and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Alford L. McMichael some field sketches of sniper targets during a visit Dec. 19 near the Kandahar airport. Credit: USMC photo. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Sergeant Gary Jorgensen, 25, Oren, Utah native, Scout Sniper Platoon, Headquarters and Service Company, Battalion Landing Team 2/1, listens to a Dili community leader during 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit (Special Operations Capable) and Boxer Amphibious Ready Group's community relations project to refurbish the Dili Community Youth Center in East Timor April 9-11. (Official USMC photo by Sgt. Eric McLeroy). Credit: Sgt. Eric McLeroy. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001"Highlanders" from Company C, 1st Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, man their "pig" or light armored vehicle during a non-combatant evacuation exercises at Camp Pendleton, California, Nov. 6. A sniper on the roof scans the area below with binoculars looking for any threats to U.S. citizens or fellow Marines and Sailors. The mission was part of "The Fighting 13th's" Special Operation Capable Exercise off the Southern California coast, Oct. 29 to Nov. 6. Credit: Cpl. Nathan J. Ferbert. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Perched on the flightdeck of USS Bonhomme Richard, a Marine sniper from Scout Sniper Platoon, Weapons Company, Battalion Landing Team 1/4, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, scans the area around Pier 2, Naval Station San Diego. Snipers were part of the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Exercise, which was designed to challenge Marines and Sailors to respond to various terrorist threats, Oct. 25-26. Credit: Cpl. Nathan J. Ferbert. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Sgt. John S. Bailly, chief scout sniper for Scout Sniper Platoon, 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment aims the sights of his M-40A1 rifle toward a target. The platoon learned how to fire at descending and ascending slopes of a mountain. Credit: Cpl. Paula M. Fitzgerald. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C.-Second Marine Division's Sgt. Raymond J. Plouhar, a 2/2 STA platoon sniper, stalks his next target. Plouhar recently donated a kidney to save his uncle's life. Credit: Sgt. Andrew D. Pomykal. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Tom Berenger fires a round from a 50-caliber M82A1A Special Application Scoped Rifle. The actor who played a Marine Gunnery Sergeant in the movie, "Sniper," was excited to fire an actual Marine Corps sniper rifle. Credit: SSgt. Demetrio J. Espinosa. Collection: US Marine Corps
2001Staff Sgt. Judd D. Baker, chief instructor, Scout Sniper School, gives Tom Berenger a period of instruction on the scope mounted on the M40A1 Sniper rifle. Berenger was able to fire several of the sniper's special weapons while visiting Quantico. Credit: SSgt. Demetrio J. Espinosa. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan (Nov. 13, 2002) - Marines from Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron (H&HS) process identification cards and passports on a Non-Combatant Evacuation Operation (NEO) Tracking System as passengers prepare to fly to Naval Air Station (NAS) Atsugi, Japan as part of a NEO exercise during Exercise Keen Sword 2003 at the Air Mobility Command (AMC) Terminal. Keen Sword is a large joint U.S./Japan military exercise held every two years. Instead of a land war against Soviet invaders, the scenarios are now a lot more like the hot-spot conflicts that have been cropping up in recent years. U.S. Army and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force troops have in recent days conducted training in light weapons, mortars, chemical-warfare protection, sniper tactics, and medical care. The participants, mostly active duty and dependent family members aboard the air station, are being flown to NAS, Atsugi for an overnight stay, to return home the next day. Credit: U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Kenji Szczepanski. Collection: Navy Newstand
2002KABUL, Afghanistan - A Marine sniper post at the American Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan overlooks part of the city. The Marines of the 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Anti-Terrorism), are currently providing security to the embassy. Credit: Staff Sgt. Gregory K. Funk. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002KABUL, Afghanistan - Cpl. Drew, a scout sniper with Task Force India observes his area of responsibility at the American Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Marines fall under the recently activated 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (Anti-Terrorism), and are providing security for the mission. Credit: Staff Sgt. Gregory K. Funk. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C.- Military police officers from the Provost Marshal Office here simulate a scenario in which one of the officers is shot by a terrorist sniper and the other talks to him and gives him guidance on how to protect himself from any further injury. Credit: Cpl. Zachary A. Crawford. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Cpls. Quincy Tidwell, left and Jason Rhyne, scout sniper team, 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines, load the encryption for their radio communications before a field exercise for the III Marine Expeditionary Force's Scout Sniper Competition. The Marines participating in the competition kept communication with a command post at the Special Operations Training Group during the field exercise. Credit: Lance Cpl. John F. Silwanus. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Aboard Misawa Air Force Base, Japan (Nov. 21, 2002) - U.S. Navy Master-At-Arms 2nd Class Kevin Dennis assigned to the 35th Security Forces Squadron, plays the role of sniper during air base defense training maneuvers. Training is designed to prepare security units to protect forward deployed facilities and equipment against hostile forces, including enemy fire and sniper fire. Credit: U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 2nd Class John Collins. Collection: Navy Newstand
2002Corporal Jimmy Chiang, scout sniper platoon, Weapons Co., 2nd Bn., 3rd Marine Regiment, is focusing on his objective and teaching the proper way to fire with an M16A2 service rifle. Credit: Sgt. Alexis R. Mulero. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Cpl. Milo Afong, left, a scout sniper with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, talks with ghillie-suit-clad Cpl. Jason Rhyne about patrolling March 25 on Camp Pendleton, Calif. While on the move, snipers are careful to avoid open areas. Shade and thick vegetation keep them hidden. Credit: Sgt. Matthew Shaw. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Cpl. Jason Rhyne, scout sniper with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, waits for his teammate to acquire a predetermined target during a demonstration March 25 on Camp Pendleton, Calif. Scout snipers often operate in two-man teams. One serves as the shooter, the other as the spotter. Clever concealment, keen awareness and deadly accuracy are a sniper's hallmarks. Credit: Sgt. Robert Piper. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Cpl. A. Alvarez, left, and Cpl. Jason Rhyne, both scout snipers with 2nd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, halt during a patrol to survey their surroundings March 25 on Camp Pendleton, Calif. While on patrol, one sniper carries the M-40 sniper rifle, while the other carries an M-16A2 for close-range encounters. Credit: Sgt. Matthew Shaw. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002A team of snipers find their targets from atop the rim of Ulupau Crater overlooking the Range Training Facility. Credit: Sgt. Robert Carlson. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Lance Cpl. Alexander Craig, scout sniper, Scout Sniper Platoon, 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, locates his target downrange and prepares himself to take his shot. Craig demonstrated how a sniper would "stalk" his target without being seen to his Japanese counterparts during the bilateral training exercise Forest Light 03-01. Credit: Sgt. Nathan K. LaForte. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002A sniper team from Weapons Company provides cover for the riot control team during riot control training at Prizren Kosovo. Credit: Sgt. Zachary A. Bathon. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - A sniper peers from the window of a vacant home where Marines from the 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade (AT) will raid during the Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory's Urban Security Operations Experiment. Credit: Sgt. Valerie A. Martinez. Collection: US Marine Corps
2002Lance Cpl. Daniel D. Reller, rifleman, scout sniper platoon, Headquarters and Service Company, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, pulls himself through the 'pit-and-pond' obstacle during an endurance course run as part of a jungle training package conducted by 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines. Marines quickly got wet, dirty and cold while running the course. Credit: Lance Cpl. James S. McGregor. Collection: US Marine Corps
Source: compiled from various sources (under license) copyright 2014
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