Sniper: Deadliest Missions (2010)


Introduction

Get an unprecedented look at the most extreme missions of the most extreme job in the world. You have one shot, one scoped sight, one controlled breath, one squeeze of a honed trigger. In a fraction of a second, you will either be a hero who took out an enemy commander, or a lone hunter who has suddenly become the hunted. This special deconstructs and analyses the most dangerous feats undertaken in the history of military warfare.

Outline

He is the deadliest weapon on the battlefield, but his next shot could be his last. Outnumbered… Outgunned… Behind enemy lines… What happens when the tables are turned and the hunter becomes the hunted?

This is Sniper: Deadliest Missions. From the treacherous jungles of Vietnam and the bloody war zones of Iraq, to danger high in the skies of the Alaskan wilderness, this two-hour special puts you behind the scope with the men who pulled the trigger on some of the deadliest missions in military and law enforcement history. Gripping first-hand accounts, 3-D graphics and jaw-dropping shooting demonstrations take you inside the shadowy world of top snipers and the missions that made them living legends. Outmanned and outgunned – will the next shot be their last?

Production & Filming Details

  • Director(s):
    • Emre Sahin.
  • Producer(s):
    • Allison Hynes … producer.
    • Miriam Leffert … executive producer.
    • Russell McCarroll … executive producer.
    • Kelly McPherson … executive producer.
    • Jennifer Shields … producer.
    • Sarah Wetherbee … executive producer.
  • Writer(s):
    • Kelly McPherson.
  • Music:
  • Cinematography:
  • Editor(s):
    • Derek Owen.
  • Production:
    • Karga Seven Pictures.
  • Distributor(s):
    • History Channel (2010) (World-wide) (all media).
  • Release Date: 14/24 September 2010 (US).
  • Running Time: 87 minutes.
  • Rating: TV-PG.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.

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