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Second Lieutenant Karl Fairburne is an American elite sniper that served with the British Army as volunteer, before being recruited by the British Special Operations Executive and later by the US O.S.S.; serving in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany.
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Vahlen is getting paranoic, dissention among the ranks of Project Seuche is getting more and more apparent; running out of time, Vahlen stations a Tiger division to protect his HQ at the Kasserine Pass. Fairburne and Brauer decide to infiltrate the base, with Brauer acting as Karl's spotter. Navigating through the German positions, amid two Nebelwerfer positions and a couple of tunnels, dodging enemy patrols of foot and mechanized troops, Karl reaches Vahlen's HQ inside the ruins of an ancient monument. There, on top of a table, he finds a written order by Vahlen stating that he is "at the facility" to oversee the final stages of the project. The order also mentions that one Oberst Johann is in charge in Vahlen's absence, carrying the combination to the safe in HQ "if its contents are required". Fairburne tracks Oberst Johann to a set of houses next to the ruins, in front of a maze of tunnels in the rocks in front of the HQ. The colonel is being protected by a group of elites, including a sniper on top of a roof. After dispatching this body guard and killing Oberst Johann, Karl returns to Brauer, waiting on top of the tower in the middle of the plaza. Suddenly, a Tiger tank appears, spots Brauer shouting to Karl from the tower and blows him up with the main gun. The tank then proceeds to duel with Fairburne around the plaza, with the sniper coming out on top.
Karl goes back to the HQ but finds out a new patrol of elites has arrived to guard the entrance. When re-infiltrating the ruins, Karl used the combination to open the safe and find a film. The meaning of Project Seuche is finally revealed: a giant tank called Ratte. General Vahlen intends to use this massive tank to drive to the Suez and then capture the oil of the Middle East, so the Axis can win the war; a time when Vahlen would toppled Hitler himseld and become the Reich's new Führer. After listening to the presentation, and preparing to leave the HQ, Karl is ambushed by a trio of enemy snipers in ghillie suits. After fighting them off, Karl buries his dead friend Brauer, with a rifle and Brauer's dogtags as an improvised cross. He then takes a round from Brauer's pistol and leaves.
The situation is now clear, Vahlen's mission in Africa is to develop a super-tank, but his time is running out - the Allies retook Tobruk, affecting Vahlen's supply lines. The general needs to act fast, last he loses favor with Hitler. This desperation, added with Allied intelligence, allowed British Naval Intelligence to discover the location of an airfield supplying the Ratte facility in Tunisia, French North Africa. Fairburne joins the LRDG in assaulting the German-controlled Pont du Fahs Airfield, near Tunis, in order to completely sever Vahlen's supply lines. The airfield is heavily guarded solely by elite Fallschirmjäger, plus snipers in ghillie suits up the ridges and a few armoured vehicles. Entering from the southwest ahead of the LRDG's attack, Karl made use of different noise sources from engines to planes in order to pick off enemies as he made his way to the underground. There, he found a map with the precise location of the Ratte facility, but also a group of British soldiers held as prisoners and marked for execution. Eliminating the communications officer on a tower at the end of the airstrip, in order to avoid reinforcements, was considered by Karl before the arrival of the LRDG. From a vantage point, the skilled sniper provided cover for the LRDG vehicle while it came back and forth blowing up the German planes parked in the airstrip. After the shock and awe, with the LRDG already disappearing back into the desert, German reinforcements started arriving, with at least one Panzer IV, plus another armoured vehicle and a sniper climbing the observation tower directly in front of Karl's sniper nest. After clearing the airstrip of enemy vehicles, the LRDG returned in force, occupying the airfield, collecting Karl and the freed prisoners, with some of the LRDG commandos dressed in German uniforms.
Now underground and with the elevator destroyed, Karl needs to discover a way to destroy the massive tank. Killing guards formed by Elites and Organisation Todt workers, the agile sniper places charges on four concrete columns around the Ratte, plus a charge on the vehicle's turret. His plan is to blown the facility on top of it, but before he can do that, a group of soldiers with a half-track arrive from the hangar and start patrolling the place. Karl still manages to despatch this last minute surprise, dodge a weapons check by the Ratte, break out of the facility, killing the elites guarding the exit and finding a sniper's nest with a view to the Ratte. In order to trigger the detonation, Fairburne shoots a crane that drops a load of the supertank's massive shells on top of it.
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Sniper Elite is a third-person shooter that involves stealth and first-person shooter game elements. Many of the single player levels allow multiple routes for the players to take in order to avoid direct firefights. Set in World War II, the player character, a German-American OSS operative named Karl Fairburne, utilises appropriate weapons for the era. The sniper rifle is the primary weapon throughout the game, though additional side arms (submachine guns and pistols) can be used depending on the situation. In addition to hand grenades, the player can also deploy tripwire booby traps, land mines and dynamite. The player can also shoot the enemies' own grenades to trigger an explosion. Binoculars are used to tag enemies in view, displaying their position and movements to the player. Different postures such as crouching or lying prone can steady a shot, and the player can take a deep breath to "focus" for increased accuracy. Realistic ballistics are optional, taking into consideration factors such as wind direction and strength and bullet drop, potentially altering the outcome of a shot even with the use of the scope. Introduced in Sniper Elite V2 is the "X-Ray Kill Cam", a feature where upon a successful and skilled shot will, in slow motion, follow the bullet from the rifle to the target's point of impact, showing an anatomically correct x-ray of the body part being hit and the damage the bullet causes to the organs and/or bones. In Sniper Elite III, stealth mechanics were reworked. An eye icon squints or opens to denote the player's level of detection by the enemy. Enemy soldiers will also have a circle meter over their heads to indicate alert status. Players are then forced to relocate periodically to prevent detection with a white ghost image to mark their last known position and the enemy will search a wider area.
I highly doubt any West Point graduate will magically "see the light" after reading my imput on this discussion. I retired ten years ago as an 11B SNCO with 26 years in service and a star on my CIB. I was at Camp Buckner in 1989 as my Bn (2/502d, 101st ABN) was slated to train yearlings. Somehow, the memo of shifting demographics of new Soldiers within the Infantry never reached West Point so there's a huge disconnect in reality. IQ averages are around 120 for most Grunts and for those that don't track demographics, that's a huge jump from national averages. In my experience we rarely see a decent new officer come out of West Point and it's really sad. We get people whose ideals are from left field and seem to think the Army is their play ground. We always give you a chance before we let you sink your career all on your own. When you focus on things that scare you to death, always remember that those are your fears and we're not concerned with achieving the next rank or a nice review. Good Grunts care less for their next promotion beyond making sure our records are correct. And you'll have to deal with the reality that there are better men out there and you may be in over your head but don't blame others for your shortcomings. We want to mold a new Officer to become a great leader we can always remember but there's a limit to what we're willing to do. And if for one second you think any Infantrymen will ever do something that violates our Constitutional form of government, you've made the worst assumption of your young life. I see that USMA had a proud communist recently graduate, he might as well spit in my face and all other better warriors than myself before me. While in Iraq in 2003-04 we got a batch of 12 west pointer kids and more than half were momma's boys and short of a huge shift in their personality and ideals, they're too far gone in the head to be respectable leaders. Why hasn't a single one of you been taught that humility, respect and honor flows both ways but in different fashions? The ones that get emotional about my post will reply as expected and miss the lesson altogether because they've been hard wired to respond that way. The Army is always evolving but power bitches have always been around, we just don't frag them as we used to. 2LT Eisenhower, he was a 6' 3" tall man who was assigned to our platoon in 1992. His approach to us was simple and he asked lots of questions about how to best kill tanks and he found that each man has their own method of how they like to do things and tactics they like or dislike and for what reasons. As he worked in our platoon, we all quietly covered for him, especially when he got misoriented now and then (analog land nav isn't simple, especially when mounted) after a few months he was squared away and we taught him our secrets and he never betrayed us. The regulations can only go so far in some jobs and situations in our Army and beyond that you need to be resourceful or have friends who are. I really wish I didn't have to speak this way about you kids but most of you did the West Point thing for power or prestige, both of which are useless to Infantrymen, we care less what college you went to, if you can't think on your feat when round crack by you then you get my men killed. And I declined two Bronze Stars because some senior Officer decided to dispense them for every Officer and Senior NCO in theater! Then again for the same categories who were on rear detachment duties! (I was going through a few operations connected to wound recovery). Here's my advise that will serve you well; always remember this; ASSUMPTIONS ARE THE MOTHER OF ALL FUCK UPS! And get to know your PBO very well! Don't assume a damn thing, if a young NCO or Soldier tells you he "thinks" the vehicle is ready or has a full tank of fuel, hand him a long stick, send him back to the Motor Pool, have him put the stick into the fuel tank and bring back said stick with fuel on it, that way both of you will now KNOW that the vehicle is fueled. Tell the NCO's that you don't want to seem like a dick that you're being so picky on things, you're just building trust so later you know who's good to go and what each of our strengths are and that goes for the young LT as well (that's called humility and the men will understand because it's fair). Infantry Veterans/Retirees cluster together on various online formats and we're very concerned what direction things are going and it has nothing to do with President Trump, I've seen what a prelude to war is twice in my lifetime and I'm seeing another one but in a slower manner. Most of us own our own firearms and body armor because we assume nothing but pray for the best. We're also the one demographic that gives the socialist/communists nightmares because they know they can't take us head on in any manner so they go through the younger people to reach their aims. If you're not an Infantry Officer then to us you're an NPC because you lack skills and experience. If you think a fellow West Point graduate is a great leader, see how she/he behaves after having a soldier vaporized by an RPG in front of him. And if you think islam is a warm and fuzzy religion, you're way off! Always seek the minority view of any situation or story! It's often hard to find but its often the real truth on a subject especially if it's being spoon fed to you in briefs and media. Be safe out there, use the "recon by fire" method if probing a road and drop to the ground when a frag is near you, the explosion goes up and away. And keep your mouth open and eyes covered with your hands when it or any other explosion goes off near you. I'm laughing as I remember when our sniper team took out 16 combatants at one road intersection in Falujah, Iraqi's have an average IQ of 70 so they aren't the brightest candle on the cake, lol. They always forgot to take the safety bail/pin out of the RPG fuze and the round would just bounce off our Bradleys, lol. Then we'd mow the guy down with an M4. Speed is your friend in a convoy, never drive slower than the rest of the civilian traffic, that way when a bad guy is trying to catch up to your convoy, he sticks out big time and the rear vehicle can easily engage him. In 2003 we never went slower than 55, usually 60 MPH and we never lost anyone. That one NCO who doesn't give a crap about you is the one you should be talking to. 041b061a72