FM 21-75 SCOUTING PATROLLING AND SNIPING PDF

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He testified before the Warren Commission: I was in such a position that I could very closely examine the head wound… and I noted that the right posterior portion of the skull had been extremely blasted. It had been shattered, apparently by the force of the shot, so that the parietal bone was protruded up through the scalp and seemed to be fractured along its right posterior half, as well as some of the occipital bone being fractured in its lateral half, and this sprung open the bones… in such a way that you could actually look down into the skull cavity Because Dr.

Peters said in an interview with Lifton: I was trying to think how he could have had a hole in his neck and a hole in the occiput, and the only answer we could think of was perhaps the bullet had gone in through the front, hit the bony spinal column, and exited through the back of the head, since a wound of exit is always bigger than a wound of entry.

Malcolm Perry Dr. Kemp Clark: Of the 7 Parkland physicians who characterized the nature of the fatal head wound exit vs.

In that case, it could have come from either direction. Louis Post-Dispatch, , page 1 Differences in the size and location of the wound between Parkland Hospital and Bethesda Lifton notes that both the Parkland doctors and the Bethesda doctors agreed on one thing.

The Parkland doctors placed the wound in the back or right back of the head. The Bethesda doctors described the wound as being about four times larger in area than the Parkland doctors. Therefore, though their report indicated the wound as extending to the back of the head, they also had it covering a much wider area. Because of the much wider area of the wound that the Bethesda doctors described, that exit wound might have been consistent with a bullet coming from the back and above.

But the exit wound in the back of the head described by the Parkland doctors would not have been at all consistent with a shot from behind. Here is how Lifton described the autopsy report: There was a huge hole about six inches across in the top of the head.

The hole extended all the way from the rear of the skull, in the occipital area, nearly six inches toward the front, and was completely uncovered. At the autopsy, Commander Boswell made a drawing of the skull which depicted the wound as a roughly rectangular area with measurement of 10 by 17 cm.

More important, the only major wound noted by the Parkland doctors 28 — approximately 5 to 7 cm. The bones were sprung outward, and a flap of scalp was associated with the wound. None of them described anything similar to the wound stipulated in the autopsy. Of course, it is possible that they were all wrong about that wound — which would have made it a very unusual exit wound. But if so, then as Dr.

Also of importance is the fact that the Bethesda autopsy doctors did not see the throat wound in its original state because it had been obliterated by a tracheotomy performed at Parkland Hospital.

The Parkland doctors and nurses and the Bethesda doctors all agreed that the fatal head wound was an exit wound.

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But the wound that these two groups of doctors described was vastly different in size and location. If this fatal wound was an exit wound, as all agreed, the location of the wound at the back of the head described by the Parkland doctors would have meant that the bullet must have come from the front.

But if the huge exit wound described by the autopsy doctors was correct, then it might have been consistent with a shot from the Texas School Book Depository, where the evidence placed Lee Harvey Oswald. Therefore, either the Parkland doctors were all hugely mistaken about the location of the fatal wound, or else the body was altered prior to the time that the autopsy doctors saw it in Bethesda.

I think that people would like to hear what someone other than say Arlen Specter has to say on the subject - some fresh perspective would be nice, or even preferable.

And i praise the effort of these new names i have found: this Jack White and this John Costella, the New Zealander with the handle: antdavisonNZ and the others - they are outstanding works i think. I am trying to use the term: "sniper" for someone who is criminally killing someone.

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I am not sure if others are going with this idea - but out there is a line so to speak across which no one is to cross without getting put into a different category. Be responsible and care about your fellow man is what i am saying. Let me take a moment and try and locate that map It is just irresponsible to me of the Warren Commission and the successors - what is it , anyway for anytime the government gets involved with this story or narrative - they always leave out the big chunk of the story to divert attention.

It is plainly irritating.. The railroad sniper and spotter team lined up on the triple underpass in very specific positions. The position had the highground and was tactically superior to any other position in Dealey Plaza. For the spotter the position allowed him to hide in plain sight, blatantly.

As Lee Bowers put it that was a "strategic corner," i will be so bold as to correct Bowers and say it was a 'tactical corner. Obviously not tuned to Alpha, Baker, or Charlie frequency.

So the sniper shoots and closes the picket flap, gets down in the tunnel and waits while his spotter who stays put and is smart enough to know to not run away - that is what everyone was looking for was somebody fleeing the scene.

So the spotter held his ground the railroad's turf and his other hat was Railroad Detective. And he was speaking to security on the radio as well, with little coded bits of info to calm the sniper who was then hiding in the tunnel. Probably on a different frequency.

The spotter told the sniper that, you know, here come the people, and the sniper could hear them up above. Some people have suggested following the tunnel down to the steet, under the centerline of the street, and doing like the water does and flows and empties out into the west in the trinity river basin.

Well that's one way. If the sniper wants he can head to the east uphill towards Houston Street and Dallas in general. If i recall correctly the tunnel underneath elm is something like 24 inches. But my point is that there is no need nor call to travel through the tunnels.

Just hiding for a while is sufficient. The Dallas Police arrested Oswald something like pm at the Texas Theater, and as far as they were concerend they had gotten their man.

FM 21-75 Scouting, Patrolling and Sniping 1944

No one was looking for the railroad sniper, as of an hour later. For the spotter the position allowed him to hide in plain sight, blatantly. As Lee Bowers put it that was a "strategic corner," i will be so bold as to correct Bowers and say it was a 'tactical corner.

Obviously not tuned to Alpha, Baker, or Charlie frequency. So the sniper shoots and closes the picket flap, gets down in the tunnel and waits while his spotter who stays put and is smart enough to know to not run away - that is what everyone was looking for was somebody fleeing the scene. So the spotter held his ground the railroad's turf and his other hat was Railroad Detective.

And he was speaking to security on the radio as well, with little coded bits of info to calm the sniper who was then hiding in the tunnel. Probably on a different frequency. The spotter told the sniper that, you know, here come the people, and the sniper could hear them up above. Some people have suggested following the tunnel down to the steet, under the centerline of the street, and doing like the water does and flows and empties out into the west in the trinity river basin.

Well that's one way. If the sniper wants he can head to the east uphill towards Houston Street and Dallas in general. If i recall correctly the tunnel underneath elm is something like 24 inches.

But my point is that there is no need nor call to travel through the tunnels. Just hiding for a while is sufficient. The Dallas Police arrested Oswald something like pm at the Texas Theater, and as far as they were concerend they had gotten their man.

No one was looking for the railroad sniper, as of an hour later. Or at all. If i recall correctly the shots occurred about It shoul br pointed out that the motorcycle officer that laid his bike down at the curb on Elm at the curb water drain was not one of the four mc cops which rode along with the limo.

The officer's name was Clyde Haygood. Haygood was well back from the limo in the motorcade.

Haygood testified words to the effect that he was in the turn off of Main Street onto Houston street when he heard the shots, so he kept going forward on houston, turned on to Elm Street, rode down with the pergola [and zapruder? That took time. By the time Haygood was standing on the abutment which touches the short fence s the sniper was already in the tunnel.

Nervous i am sure. I wonder if when he came back up he brought his rifle with him or is it still wedged into the tunnel. It seems that they would have obscured the strategic corner from line-of-sight from Lee Bowers. With a pick-up truck with camper or a car or something.

I think that the railroad employees - black folk now who get ignored in any testimonies as far as i can tell - are from the two passenger trains some feet from where they stood in the Cabluck photo. These were railroad employees as was everyone on the overpass except law enforcement.

He is a train steward, in fine suit, who has in his hand a feather duster. The southernmost gentleman looks like a cook with a shirt that looks like a cook shirt.

The middle gentleman looks to be maybe kitchen or baggage - it is hard to guess for me. I canot find any of these railworkers, nor more than a passing mention of the Railway Detective in any of the literature so far which is suspicious in itself. In terms of position these three railroad workers act as a buffer or blocker from anyone coming from the south to distract the railroad detective spotter while he is trying to take care of this other item.

There is another railroad worker in distinctive white railroad hat heading north behind the middle person. Holland doesnt seem to mention the four humans between himself and the corner, and btw look at hwo slow Holland "immediately" went running around the corner into the parking area in the Cabluck photo.

This is maybe 3 or 4 minutes after the shots. I think this is why there is zero evidence that a shot came from the zapruder area nor the parking area. This is a texas thing. Civilized men do not beat up pr unintentionally shoot women.

If the order was to kill anyone and evryone in the limo the attackers could have hit with grenades or shoulder fired bazookas, and burn the limo to a charred crisp and everyone in it with it.

But the point is they didnt. The orders must have been to hit Kennedy and hit no other.

I think Connally must have been collateral. Notice none of the Secret Service was eliminated either.

Those were not the objective of the hit. I heard Morningstar say he believes that a dude just slightly west of zapruder was firing a M18 on 3 shot burst. Well what evidence is there that shot took place. The muzzle always rises a bit in a 3 shot burst, how did Jackie avoid getting hit nor any dents or any damage laterally or from the sides of the car.

So i disagree. Let us say the cia-hobos were in charge of the firecracker well timed and the bottle smashing well timed, which brought everyone's attention to that place behind the fence where everyone ran stampeded behind the stockyard fence and there was no one with no rifles to be found.

FM 21-75 Scouting, Patrolling, And Sniping 1944

This took attention away from dal-tex sniper and took attention away from the railroad culvert sniper who did not need long to cover their tracks. English Choose a language for shopping. site Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Description Last Updated April 29,6: People and organizations associated with either the creation of this book or its content.

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It was not the fatal wound. Therefore, though their report indicated the wound as extending to the back of the head, they also had it covering a much wider area.

But the point is they didnt. The officer's name was Clyde Haygood.