Chris Kyle

On April 8, 1974, Chris Kyle was born and became an American symbol of pride. Chris didn’t live a very long life; he was shot and killed by a veteran had Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Mr. Kyle is the poster boy for the United States Navy SEALS, and he was assigned to the Charlie squad. As a Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is a train at close quarter combat, explosives, and long range weapons. As a sniper, Chris Kyle was known for being very detail, and focus. In his squad, he was known to be that Texas cowboy, he loves to have a perfect time.

Being a Navy SEAL Chris Kyle deployed to Iraq more than five times. Awhile in Iraq Kyle had a bounty over his head. The prize was worth over five hundred thousand in Iraqi money. Chris Kyle was working on intel to track down a terrorist; a commander gave him his team to hunt down the terrorist. One of Chris kills is known to be the longest shot ever. Back in 2008, Chris shot an insurgent at 1,800 yards out. Chris had one of his friends was shot and killed by the terrorist he is tracking down.

Chris Kyle married his wife Taya Kyle in 2002; they have two children. Chris left the service in 2009 to be closer to his family. He settles back in Texas, and book and television deals were being drafted up. In 2012 there was a reality television show called “Stars Earn Stripes.” Chris Kyle was paired up with Dean Cain; they become close friends afterward. After writing his book about Iraq, a movie deal was in play. Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper work with Chris to make a film of his Navy SEAL experience, and the movie was named as “American Sniper.”

Drew Sundblad