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Journalism & Communication
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Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Critical Analysis’ of Shooter Shooter is a memoir that narrates of the experience of Gunnery Sergeant Jack Coughlin in the Iraq war. It is in the book that we get to understand the life of marine snipers. Sergeant Jack is a retired sniper after fighting in the Iraq war.
Coughlin describes some of the challenges that a sniper faces in the battlefield, which also included forces of nature. It is in some way remarkable how a sniper is trained into becoming alert when in combat. Coughlin explains that his life slows down when he is in combat and how at this moment his senses sharpen. This explanation by Coughlin emphasises on the awareness, the sense of control that soldiers have because they are aware of their situation. He adds some sense of humour in his book when he suggests that a snipers skill is modelled in his genetic composition. We get to understand combat relationships when we critically look into Coughlin’s ideas. In combat war, we have the enemy and the friend. Coughlin’s description of the killings scenes suggests that their enemies did not have much chance against their soldier killers. Coughlin describes a snipers work, which entailed setting his gun sights to a distant body, focusing the body via his telescopic sights and taking his shot where he watches his bullet explode from his rifle (Coughlin Kuhlman and Davis 126). In this case, the victim is unaware of his fate these thought show the inequality that exists between combatants. ...
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