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Published by: atomicrobzzz on Mar 29, 2011
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A sniper in the army is a very testing and physical job. It requires a lot of patience and also a lot of training. Snipers operate close to the enemy. Theycan remain hidden for days, and when they find their targets, they hit themwith highly accurate fire from specially designed sniping rifles. It needspatience and a high level of skill, but it’s a vital member of any combat unit.The wage for a sniper is around £35.000 for the first year and then it cangradually increase to £40, 000 if you show that you are worthy of a promotion.A sniper needs to be able to be on his own for a long period of time. A sniper usually works on his own but sometimes, they can work in pairs resulting in amore highly effective mission. Snipers can work in any terrain, and work inany country. So they are a very effective part of the army who play a veryimportant part in wars. 
Paratroopers are very highly trained infantry who work behind enemy lines.There job is to parachute out of a plane into enemy lines and complete their mission. Paratroopers are Part of a highly mobile, very healthy, hard hittinggroup who get there job done fast and effectively. The average wage for aparatrooper is round £15, 000 -£17, 000. However, soldiers of officer rank canearn up to £20,000. The time spent as a paratrooper can also affect the given

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