Killers high in job sat­is­fac­tion

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LETHAL snipers are the HAP­PI­EST sol­diers, ac­cord­ing to re­search.

The long-range hot shots are less likely to suf­fer from post-trau­matic stress dis­or­der or de­pres­sion, boffins say.

And not only are they less likely to have bad dreams about killin, snipers ac­tu­ally scored higher on tests for job sat­is­fac­tion.

Ex-gun­man Chris Kyle, who spent six years in Iraq for the US Army and says he took out 255 tar­gets, said: “Ev­ery per­son I killed I strongly be­lieved they were bad.”

Peter Bradley, from the Royal Mil­i­tary Col­lege in Canada where the tests are be­ing car­ried out, said: “Snipers are sen­si­ble peo­ple, they’re healthy, and they take good care of them­selves.

“They have a re­al­is­tic out­look on life and seem very re­silient with­stand­ing the rigours of combat.”

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