Sasser is a former Green Beret and author of One Shot, One Kill and other military nonfiction titles.
What does OSOK stand for?
OSOK stands for One Shot, One Kill
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Finding the right person isn't a one shot, one kill process.
Not the kind in Hollywood movies who sneak into the countryside to spend weeks stalking an enemy for that one shot, one kill moment.
The crew of the German 88-mm gun maintained its standard-- one shot, one kill.
The performance and simplicity of the GPS-guided design will transform existing unguided rounds into affordable, one shot, one kill weapon systems.
Three years ago in its report, One Shot, One Kill, the Violence Policy Center warned for the first time that the unfettered sale to civilians of military sniper rifles presented a "serious threat to American national security.
WASHINGTON -- The following is a statement of Tom Diaz, Senior Policy Analyst, of the Violence Policy Center: More than three years ago, the Violence Policy Center warned in its report One Shot, One Kill (May 1999) about a growing sniper subculture in the United States.