• A Vietnam war American sniper
volunteered to crawl for 3 days across
2000m of open field containing an enemy
headquarters, took a single shot that killed
an NVA General and then crawled back out
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    • True! With a record of 93 confirmed kiIIs, but an estimated body count of between 300 to 400 enemy soldiers, Hathcock terrorized the North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and the Viet Cong. He went four days and three nights without food or sleep in the pursuit of the general.
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    • They even knew that Hathcock was in the area. He only moved when the wind was blowing, so they wouldn’t be able to tell he was there. And he was further slowed down because he had to drag his massive fucking balls with him the whole way.
      y01nk 3 jul
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    • You gotta say he's carlos hathcock
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    • The story is way more hardcore, he was so stealthy that several jungle animals passed him without noticing, once he got to the camp he realised that if he took the shot while hiding in the treeline with cover, that he would be caught and kiIled since the treeline would be the first place they check/
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    • Hathcock was fucking terrifying. He actually hit an enemy sniper in the eye through his scope- just by taking a wingshot at a glint of light.
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    • He wore a white feather on his cover and had a really big bounty for his head, other marines would wear a feather on their cover to protect him acting as a decoy, he always cared about his men first instead of his own life so the missions that were too dangerous he would do alone like the 3 day one
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    • He didn’t crawl all the way out, he crawled to a space where he couldn’t be seen and then he booked it to the helicopter that picked him up. Carlos hathcock, there are a few good books on him
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    • Carlos Hugecock
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    • Carlos Hathcock
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    • I remember this story! He had snakes, ants and all sorts of other shit crawling over him as he made his trek to his target. And the worst part was that he didn’t have any water for the whole crawl there. Yet he still managed to calmly make his way to the target and make his shot
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    • I think his name was white feather (nickname) after that. Apparently he only moved a few inches a day till he got to the enemy base.
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    • Didnt he encounter a very venomous snake while crawling? Also how did the man shit laying down?
      homer317 3 jul
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    • Shit I remember hearing about this when Frankyonpcin1080p was still posting videos
      DIOs_mio 3 jul
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    • I don’t normally bitch about reaction pics but that ones such a fucking stretch like why
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    • The White Feather, dude was so good that some vietnamese guys stepped on him and didn't even notice him during this exact mission. He wore a single white feather on his helmet just to taunt the enemy and as a warning to them.
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    • I saw a documentary about this, it was like the part of all ghillied up in mw where you crawl through the field with apcs and soldiers
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    • Two, to, and too come on man
      Gryonutz 3 jul
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    • Didnt even say my mans carlos hathcock's name
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    • White feather. One of my coworkers served with him in Nam
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    • We didn't start the fire
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    • the enemies:
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    • I believe he had a nickname that was like 'White Feather' or something. He was called that because he put a white feather in his cap to, "Give my enemies a fair chance". He and the White Death are the most legendary snipers in history.
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    • too
      Neno1313 3 jul
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    • He had to learn routines to dodge tanks and patrols
      Boiurmum 3 jul
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    • FuckReactionImages get rid of this bs reaction image
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    • He was also the first guy to snipe someone with a .50 BMG by using an M2 with a custom scope rig that he made.
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    • How do people still not know not to use too an to? Could have just been a typo but still
      _Barrel_ 3 jul
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    • Mile and a half a very slow craw through hell
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    • Chuck Norris checks his closet at night for Carlos Hathcock
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    • Isn’t he nicknamed “the white feather”? Or am I thinking of someone else?
      Vexa 3 jul
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    • He crawled non stop meaning he took a shit in his pants leaving a rash on his underwear
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    • That guy has some pretty big balls
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    • That is one determined motherfucker
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    • Isn't that the same dude that wore a white feather on the helmet cause he was just that good and staying hidden and sniping
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    • He had one of the most venomous snakes on him and around him, multiple situations of enemies being a inch from him, stepping near him, oh yeah and MASSIVE swamp ass
      WOWZZERS 3 jul
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    • One of my teacher in Highschool told a story about how his dad did something similar in Vietnam. Pretty cool stuff.
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    • He hathcock
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    • It was me
      Cornbred 5 jul
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    • Didn’t he wear a white feather in his hat?
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    • Isnt this thevguy the song the rooster was made after?
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    • He volunteered to do it but did he do it?
      Kalikus 3 jul
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    • I took a shit in a toddlers mouth, after he shat all over my bedroom, AND IM THE WEIRDO?
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    • Aha I have spotted a grammatical error!
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    • To*
      Fluxish 3 jul
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    • Too
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    • Shitty meme
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    • Why did it take him 3 days? That’s only about 1.25 miles. I realize crawling is slow, but it’s not that slow. Even if he was going .1mph, which is absurdly slow, it would still take less than 12 hours. Not saying this story is bullshit. Just curious what other factors made it take that long.
      _Godless 5 jul
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    • Imagine not knowing the difference between ‘two’ ‘to’ and ‘too’
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    • Dude moved so slow that animals around him didn’t even notice him.
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    • That’s 1.25 miles for anyone that is retarded
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    • what was the deal with food tho? did he have like a small supply on him or something?
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    • Karl Fairburne.
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    • The White Feather as he was known to his enemies. He took out every sniper sent after him. In one case he spotted an enemy sniper by his scope reflection, snapped a shot at the glint of light, then discovered the bullet went clean through the scope without grazing the sides. That was only possible i
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    • “Made with mematic”
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    • First of all it's "to," second of all, what does the reaction image have to do with this incredible man?
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    • Damn 2000 miles is a long way
      An1RAlt 3 jul
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    • Then how do they know it was him if no one saw it. We just supposed to take his word?
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    • And yet we fucking lost. Shake my head. I’ll never understand how we lost. We had everything. But they had guerilla tactics that we just weren’t used too sadly. Ugh. Damn. Should’ve never started that damn war
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    • Why does he look like Novritsch (Idk how to spell his name)
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    • He moved like an inch a day right
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    • my great uncle was a vietnam sniper and the most badass person ever
      Klutz33 3 jul
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    • We salute you sir! Happy 4th of July!
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    • Wore a white feather in his hat just to taunt enemy snipers, hence the nickname.
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    • Modern Warfare campers
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    • To*
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    • Why does he look like matt watson from supermega?
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    • True badass
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    • Rah
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    • It doesn’t mention but he had to move slowly so they wouldn’t spot him, so slowly that a snake slithered over him and a deer ate in front of him without noticing
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    • Like a boss
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    • Rumor is he only carried one bullet
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    • Gunny hathcock
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    • We do realize the Vietnam war was kinda questionable right?
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    • To*
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    • That man hath cock
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    • The white feather
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    • To*
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    • Crombopulous micheals
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    • To take *
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    • He identified the general because of the way he was pointing and directing soldiers
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    • That's hilarious.
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    • To* you fucking idiots why is everyone retarded English isn’t that hard
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    • A true member of the Assassin brotherhood. Nothing is true. Everything is permitted.
      jc998 6 jul
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    • Ah the white feather
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    • Carlos Hathcock the 3rd, the dude who mounted a scope to an M2 machine gun and sniped a dude with it for shits and giggles
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    • My great grandfather did almost the same thing and earned the bronze star in ww2 just to reset up radio lines
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    • He later trained the military afterwards. He literally only moved when there was wind or rain.
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    • A fucking chad if I ever saw one
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    • It absolutely bewilders me how some people STILL don't know the difference between "to", "too", and "two".
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    • Is this who without remorse is based off of or is that a different story?
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    • *to
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    • My grand uncle got to meet him. He said that he had "the right attitude for the job".
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    • He shot that fucker then crawled away as they shot in the wrong direction
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    • Hathcock was also from Arkansas
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    • Carlos Hathcock. Also during that time he came face to face with a highly venomous viper and had to stay completely calm and quiet without blowing cover
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    • Oh that too making me spazzzz
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