Exclusive: Slain sniper Chris Kyle’s lasting words

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  1. lee says:

    taking a vet with PTSD to a target range sounds like tough love or simple stupidity. What a waste of our best.

    • 11BRAVO3V says:

      What? So you’re an expert now. PTSD takes many forms and manifests in any number of ways. My understanding is Chris had done this before with other vets, no reason to believe this would have been any different. He was simply helping a “brother” out. Try as we might, not all of us can see the darkness in other men’s souls. Eddie Routh has some other inner demons he’s dealing with. In my experience, people who suffer from that severe a case of alleged PTSD, have some other underlying issue before the “traumatic” event(s)…we had guy who had issues with particularly intense deployments where the operational tempo was very high while other guys took it all in stride. These same guys were the ones who had personal problems back in garrison (i.e. Home) and constantly in need of supervision and external motivation.

  2. Judy Cherbonneau says:

    I am sending my deepest sympathies to the Kyle and Littlefield families. May you rest in peace, Chris and Chad, and may God comfort those of your families and friends who are left behind. Heaven will be a better place, as earth was, because of heroes like these men.

  3. Don't Tread On Me says:

    “What wounded veterans don’t need is sympathy. They need to be treated like the men they are: equals, heroes, and people who still have tremendous value for society.”

    Lee, (commenter below) or anyone of similar thinking, I urge you to check your words. That quote is from Kyle’s book…nothing about this man was stupid or a waste. The man lived the way he did, reflected in this interview, every interview, his book, etc. The life of this Warrior should be celebrated. The word waste…leaves a very sour taste. Chris wasn’t about bullshit, so let’s leave the bullshit out. What a man, what a warrior. Other Americans should be proud to be considered a part of this same Union as Chris Kyle.

    Fair Winds and Following Seas Chief Kyle

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