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No Audio - Sniper School (23D Infantry Division) (1971)

Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. U.S. Army Audiovisual Center. (ca. 1974 - 05/15/1984). Summary: VS, soldier adjusts sling on M-14 rifle. VS, soldier takes sitting position for firing. Instructor stands behind him. VS, sniper students on line firing M-14 rifles, instructors to the rear. MS, sign: "23RD INF DIV SNIPER SCHOOL" soldiers walk in company area in bg. LSs, CH-47 and CH-54 copters in flight with slingload. VS, sniper students arrive at range in 2 1/2 ton truck. They get off the truck. VS, CH-54, CH-47, AH-1G and UH-1D copters fly overhead VS, UH-1D ambo copter lands. Pan, combat center at Chu Lai. MS, sign and slogan: "ONE SHOT ONE KILL." Int, instructor at head of class, four assistants are off to the side. Int, instructor holds sniper weapon, XM-21 rifle as he talks. Int, XM-21 rifle accessories on table: PVS-2 starlight scope, ART scope and binoculars with brackets to connect scopes to rifle. Int, instructor holds up a noise suppressor, then a XM- 21 rifle. Int, disassembled XM-21 on table. Int, NCO instructs class on elevation and windage. He uses charts. INT, instructor holds ART scope (Adjustable Range Telescope). VS, students on line fire weapons (underexposed). VS, students carrying weapons get off truck at range. VS, students fill ammo clips. VS, student aims thru scope and fires XM-2l, instructor is at his side, NCO in rear looks thru spotter scope. VS, students in line firing. VS, soldiers in mess line receiving food. VS, students firing rifles with scopes. VS, spotters check hits thru scopes. INT, army band plays. INT, BG Bertram K. Gorwitz and aides walk on stage. INT, BG Gorwitz speaks to students. INT, BG Gorwitz presents students with graduation certificates. NOTE: Poor quality. Keeping for the record.
Length: 22:24


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