Navy SEALs' Simultaneous Headshots on Somali Pirates Were Procedure

At least one former SEAL was not surprised that each of the three Somali pirates was killed with just one shot, despite the fact that they were on a rolling sea and the Navy snipers had to make a successful "head shot," something he said is "extremely difficult." Their job was made easier by the pirates' willingness to allow their boat to be towed, smoothing out the sea and settling them into an even keel. SEAL sharpshooters are trained to hit targets "under a minute," meaning they are able to...Full Story
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