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- Dec 25, 2017 -

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Sniper, Japan Special Marines, Pacific Battlefield, 1943 - 45 years

Of the desperate resistance against the Japanese Pacific empire from Talava to the Philippines, naval infantry, who has been 

the garrison, proved their position as elite troops. The sniper showed off his yellow sea anchor pattern with the coat of arms and 

the rank of Naval Infantry. Although not experienced as a high-level training as a sniper - they only received training training in 

the distance - but the Japanese are masters of camouflage at the same time holding the will to die, which allows them to ensure 

that the attack to the choice After the goal is often die without doubt. This soldier is equipped with a 6.5-caliber 97-caliber rifle 

with a 2.5-fold aiming scope. The unusual gun of this kind has no elevation and wind-bias adjustment, but instead mediates the 

distance and the wind-deviation scale on the reticle. This old-fashioned system, with multiples of lower scopes, makes it very 

difficult for a rifle to aim a target 400 meters away. Obviously, there is very little pictorial evidence of the image of Japanese 

snipers surviving as they are often hidden in the shadowy caves or tree trunks extending in all directions; the characters we 

describe are largely reconstructed from written material. As usual, he acts alone. He climbed the tree by attaching a strap to the 

belt and the soles tied to the "foot bag" of the canvas / rubber big toe. His M1938-style hat with a cotton fabric made of neck 

guards; if necessary, he will wear a cloth cover and large mesh rope network helmet, the rope will be tied to the plant on the 

wire; In addition, he will face Cover with a mosquito net. M1933-style naval infantry uniforms just a slight greenish color 

compared with the Army's khaki version, but at the end of the war clothing of various shades can be seen; most of the canvas 

leggings used by Naval Forces before this stage of the war For leggings replaced.

Camouflaged cloaks, connected only through the neck and chest, consisted of cloaks and chest pockets, made of local attap; 

this cloak was equipped with an early version of a sniper's green feather cotton fiber cloak (This period may have been unable 

to reach the vast distribution of the theater of war) as the basis for manufacturing. All of these garments are based on vintage 

suits made from rice reeds used by the Japanese for centuries. In addition to ammunition and water jugs, he would only carry a 

minimum amount of equipment to the top of the tree; we portrayed a safety rope to tie him to the tree, a sight box and a box to 

hold his most precious and holy A parcel of personal belongings - he did not expect to be alive from the tree.

C2 and C3: US Army Sniper Team, Pacific Battlefield, 1944-45

The sergeant sniper and his watchman came from a unit of the 8th Army who were being suppressed by enemy fire during the 

liberation battle of the Philippines; the watchman was preparing to use an old-fashioned but always effective way to attract 

Enemy fire while snipers are adjusting the M82 sight mounted on his M1C Gallante semi-automatic rifle. Despite its heavy 

weight, the easy-to-use M1C rifle is loved by snipers. However, this gun can only be loaded with an 8-cartridge magazine and 

can not be refilled until it has been emptied. When the last empty cartridge pops up the magazine, it sends out a "呯" sound 

from the punch press, which is equivalent to sending a signal to the Japanese raid - the point guarded by his watchman is the 

point of loading 20 shots 45 caliber M1A1 Thompson submachine gun.

Almost universally used combat clothing on the Pacific are brown-green M1943 HBT, but the sergeant got a jacket in the 

picture, a two-piece M1942 camouflage One of the components. This dress and the previous one-piece camouflage have been 

worn to some extent by snipers and scouts. Do not wear military rank signs in the field, in order to avoid being sharp Japanese 

sniper spotted. M1941-style herringbone denim cotton overalls hat and a pair of thick fur boots are the rest of the whole body 

clothing. His gear was limited to the M1938 ammunition belt for the non-cavalry forces, a first aid kit and a water jug were 

attached to the belt, and he placed additional ammunition in the cotton rucksack.

His watchman wore full HBT uniforms and canvas / rubber M1942 jungle boots. His M1936-style pistol belt was fitted with a 

standard first aid kit and a more-designed "jungle" first aid kit, a five-pack cartridge containing a Thompson cartridge.