“U.S. Army Werewolf Sniper Manual”? I don’t like the sound of that.
by Angela Quinton
Aug. 17, 2010
One could assume this book is about one of two things: training werewolf soldiers to be snipers, or training human soldiers to snipe werewolves. Having flipped around a few pages, I regret to inform you that the latter case prevails:
This illustrated field manual, prepared by the Department of the Army, provides information needed to train and equip werewolf snipers and to aid them in their werewolf extermination missions and operations.
Written “by order of the Secretary of the Army”, this book appears to be an odd combination of actual U.S. Army sniper training (or at least basic rifle + mountain survival / hunting tactics) and deadpan humour. I’m probably going to pick this up to satisfy my curiosity. Plus the interior artwork is pretty great:
Hat tip: ArcLight