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The MARSOF Advanced Sniper Course (MASC) is a 4-week course that produces snipers trained to special operations standards. Marines attending the course will already have passed a basic level course such as the USMC Scout Sniper Basic Course, NSW Sniper Course or the Army's USASOC Level 1 Course. The MASC is split into 5 blocks:
Block 1: Fundamental skills, Ballistics, and live fire at 100-200meters.
Block 2: Ballistic software, sniper equipment, engagement techniques, known distance shooting, and equipment practical application.
Block 3: Sniper Tactics and employment, foreign weapons, ballistic testing, Glass shooting, Unknown distance shooting (day and night) with 5.56LR, 7.62LR, .300WM, and .50 Caliber rifles, and moving target shooting.
Block 4: Qualification on the MASC qualification course, a composite score based off of four separate and timed drills including barricade shooting, day and night unknown distance, and spotter qualification.
Block 5: Aerial sniping, Explosive loophole breaching, Loophole shooting, Side prone shooting, High angle shooting, Urban hides, Vehicle hides, Surveillance equipment practical application, and the culminating exercise; a four day reactive scenario in which sniper teams locate targets, conduct surveillance, and eliminate targets as part of a Marine Special Operations Team, utilizing the full spectrum of SOF assets and equipment. #GlobalRecon#MARSOC#Snipers#SniperCourse#MarineCorps#USMC#SpecialOperations#USMarines#WarFighters#IgRecon#globalreconpodcast
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Unit snipers are chosen only after extensive psychological testing and evaluation. There are a number of attributes you look for in a sniper, and there are two of paramount importance to avoid. The first characteristic is what we called the “Texas Tower Syndrome,” referencing Charles Whitman’s massacre of fourteen people from the bell tower of the University of Texas in 1966. A sniper starts shooting and he can’t stop. It just feels so good— such an overwhelming sense of power— that he can’t turn it off when there are no more legitimate targets left. He’ll continue to shoot anyone in sight. This one we termed the “Munich Massacre Syndrome.” A sniper spends most of his time watching. Observing. Getting to know his targets. He sees them when they smile, and sneeze, and eat a sandwich, and get drowsy, and as they manifest all the other little things that identify each of us as uniquely human. But they don’t know he can see them. They have no idea where he is— they don’t even know he exists.
As the sniper spends hour after hour observing his targets through his spotting scope, he gets to know the people he is watching as human beings and he becomes intimate with them. And then, when the order to shoot is given, he can’t do it. That’s what happened at the Munich Olympics massacre in 1972. When the order was given to shoot the Black September terrorists who had taken eleven Israeli athletes hostage, the German sharpshooters couldn’t pull the trigger. The terrorists were then able to kill the Israeli Olympic athletes under their control.
The ideal is a man who, from the safety of long range, can kill when it is required but is immune to the impulse to continue killing when the situation is resolved. A man whose psyche is strong and so fundamentally rooted in a personal philosophy or religion that he doesn’t suffer unduly from taking human life under appropriate conditions. The snipers of Delta Force are decent, thoughtful, intelligent, and unshakable men. By their demeanor, they could easily be taken for academics— very fit, powerful, and deadly academics, perhaps— but professorial just the same.-Eric Haney