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Canadian JTF2 Snipers Kill Bad Guy From 3,540 Meters Away

Dallas Alexander told his teammates they were going to break the world record for the longest sniper kill in the world. Little did he know his words would come true after a deployment to Iraq with his squadron. Dallas and another mate were spotters while they had two shooters simultaneously break shots from 3,540 meters away that ended the life of a bad guy. Dallas talks about how they broke the world record multiple times, but it shows the capabilities of these operators and how they can effectively support efforts from long distances. Their communications are imperative to the job they do, and it is very interesting to see this side of a professional sniper and how they conduct business on the battlefield.

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