Inside the mind of a special forces medic/sniper. Special forces teams are cross trained. The medic trains the other team members in his specialty, and special forces troops are highly skilled in more than one area of specialty. That’s why a teams medic can also be a sniper.
This is a work of fiction based on the experiences of its author, Robbie Rea, a qualified sniper, who served in the U.S. Marines for four years before joining special forces and training as a medic. He fought in the Middle East as a Green Beret. His forthcoming completed memoir is called “Next Mission”.
Guest Post by Robbie Rea
I walked in the park with my grandkids and smiled as I watched them run ahead and hide behind a tree. They thought I couldn’t see them and I played along until they ran up behind me and yelled, “Argh!” Playing along, I jump and then fell over like I was so scared that I passed out. All four of them climbed on top of me saying, “We got you papa! We got you!”
As I lay there wrestling with the little ones, I see Lisa smiling down at me. The…
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