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Brevity of Position

July 1, 2008

Entry from the Sniper’s Voice Journal (tape 14, minutes 36-39):

The position of a sniper is a tenuous one at best.  A rookie sniper will at least know to keep himself somewhat hidden from the enemy, in a position to get himself a corker. A good sniper will know when to move positions when the knockers have dobbed ’em in. A veteran sniper will work with his mates to line up for the perfect shot, straight through a diggers’s head. But, the best sniper will have a sniff after the headshot without any wobbly and get right back to supporting his mates.

Sometimes, though, yeah. You find yourself in a bit of pickle. The mates have fallen back while you covered their bags and slowed down the payload from getting back to the cobbers. Be professional, don’t chuck a spaz, and if you’re lucky you’ll find yourself back at the cas with “Get Well” cards from yer oldies.

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