This British Sniper Once Killed 90 Taliban In One Day, Is The Deadliest Man In The World

This British Sniper Once Killed 90 Taliban In One Day, Is The Most Deadliest Man In The World

Usually, when you think of the British military, visions of troops led by George Washington sending the redcoats retreating to the Atlantic come to mind. However, this unnamed British Royal Marine is out to change those visions, and he fucking delivers.

While we have Chris Kyle in the States, Britain has their own version, and he’s just as deadly. Before you bash the guy for not being American, remember that we are all on the same team when it comes to killing terrorists. The man cannot be named for obvious security reasons, but he has been credited with 173 confirmed kills.

From Daily Mail:

A Royal Marine has been revealed as the world’s deadliest sniper after 173 confirmed kills on Taliban targets.

Most of the hits took place during one six-month tour in Afghanistan – with 90 militants taken out in just one day.

It has also been said that at his deadliest, this guy killed one member of the Taliban every 10 minutes. Fellow soldiers have said that he is “deadlier than the plague.” At this point, the terrorists might want to go ahead and just take the plague. His weapon of choice? The army’s most powerful weapon, an L115A3 long range rifle.

You may remember this guy. He is responsible for taking out SIX Taliban with one single shot to prevent a suicide bombing. That’s fucking impressive.

Glad to see our good friends from across the pond doing big things. I think I speak for everyone when I say thank you for your service.

[via Daily Mail]

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Harrison Lee

The Boulevard is a Content Manager for Grandex, Inc. He hates soccer and terrorists. He will forget more about sports than you will ever know in your lifetime.

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