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In Iraq's Murky Battle, Snipers Offer U.S. a Precision Weapon

The intimate horror of the guerrilla war here in Iraq seems most vivid when seen through the sights of a sniper’s rifle. In an age of satellite-guided bombs dropped at featureless targets from 30,000 feet, Army snipers can see the expression on a man’s face when the bullet hits. “I shot one guy in the head, and his head exploded,” said Sgt. Randy Davis, one of about 40 snipers in the Army’s new 3,600-soldier Stryker Brigade, from Fort Lewis, Wash. “Usually, though, you just see a dust cloud pop up off their clothes, and see a little blood splatter come out the front.” Full Story

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