One Shot – One Kill – One Mission

(2 customer reviews)


Author: Neil Obbard


ISBN 9781908154323




Delving deep inside the life of an Army sniper. 
Staff Sergeant Neil Obbard of the Adjutant General’s Corps shares the true story of his extraordinary military career, including his deployment to Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Kosovo and Iraq. Neil’s astonishing first-person account of his development into an expert sniper, offers a fascinating and extremely rare view of special operations combat missions. He served a vital and enduring role on the battlefield, in terms of intelligence-gathering, target identification and eliminating high-value targets. He was also attached to the SAS in a supporting role for combat missions at various times. 
One Shot, One Kill, One Mission is a powerful story of survival, hope and recovery from the cold face of war to the stark reality of post-traumatic stress disorder that became a problem far beyond the battlefield. 

2 reviews for One Shot – One Kill – One Mission

  1. andrew hampson

    An excellent thrilling true life account, a journey from childhood to adulthood, its a great read. Its got action, mental health, laughter, tears and more in this book. I could not put this book down, Neil was an infantryman, sniper, administrator suffered PTSD abused alcohol but survived all this to become an excellent, friend, husband and father.

    WHAT A JOURNEY inspiring

  2. Tony Anthony

    A compelling and gripping book that I highly recommend everyone to read. It is sure to have a very powerful effect on those in desperate need of encouragement.

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