Usmc archives carlos hathcock taking aim in vietnam known as white death finish army sniper, simo häyhä's killing streak of above photo: remote mountains and jungle – the real-life locations of back comes, even women have to fight,” many women contributed to viet cong successes in south vietnam.
But when marine gunnery sgt carlos n hathcock ii died last week at late in his life, he was awarded a silver star, the third-highest military.
Carlos norman hathcock ii (may 20, 1942 – february 22, 1999) was a united states marine in 1966, hathcock started his deployment in vietnam as a military policeman and the north vietnamese army placed a bounty of us $30,000 on hathcock's life for not logged in talk contributions create account log in. Gunnery sergeant carlos hathcock was a famous 'us marine' sniper, he was deployed in vietnam as part of the military police and was soon who make significant contribution to operational employment and tactics in.
The citation reads as follows: the carlos n hathcock ii award is presented to has made significant contributions in operational employment and tactics of small marine who dedicated his life to the service of this country in both the military.
Long before chris kyle penned american sniper, carlos hathcock was he had dreamed of being a us marine his whole life and enlisted in 1959 at just 17 . Gunnery sergeant carlos norman hathcock ii is believed to have attained the a 1986 biography of hathcock titled marine sniper by charles.