Counter Sniper Guide by United States Army

By United States Army

This data from the U.S. military Marksmanship education Unit is designed to aid a educated person within the number of gear, education and employment of the countersniper.

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Even after half a millennium, the feats of the conquistadors defy belief. Hernán Cortés conquered the Aztec empire (estimated population: eight million to ten million) with eight hundred men and sixteen horses. Francisco Pizarro defeated the Inca empire (estimated population: nine million to sixteen million) with just 180 men and eighty horses. Native allies and the spread of European diseases helped a great deal, but it was the Spaniards’ military technology that made the difference—otherwise the Aztec and Inca empires would have been overthrown long before by their native enemies.

The French then walked into Rome before proceeding on to the largest Italian state, the Kingdom of Naples. Their way was barred by the fortress at Monte San Giovanni, which had once withstood a siege of seven years’ duration. Charles’s cannons breached its walls within eight hours, allowing his troops to slay everyone inside. More than seven hundred Neapolitans died, including women and children, compared to only ten Frenchmen. ” King Alfonso II of Naples, knowing he could not withstand this onslaught, abdicated his throne.

Writing in the 1520s, Francesco Guicciardini, a Florentine politician and historian who was a friend of Machiavelli’s, recalled how ineffectual combat had been before the French came: “When war broke out, the sides were so evenly balanced, the military methods so slow and the artillery so primitive, that the capture of a castle took up almost a whole campaign. ” All that changed with the arrival of Charles VIII. ” Guicciardini continued. “Wars became sudden and violent, conquering and capturing a state in less time than it used to take to occupy a village; cities were reduced with great speed, in a matter of days and hours rather than months; battles became savage and bloody in the extreme.

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