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Two snipers with scopic rifles watch carefully for any Jap to show himself. Later they killed a Jap 1,000 yards and keep 4 others ducking bullets so they couldn't fire their mortar with effect into Marine lines. With tracers they pointed out the position of the mortar and other Marines rushed them and killed them. Okinawa - May 1945

 

 

 

 

 

 

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