Hundreds of Canadians have flown to Ukraine to to join the more than 500 Canadians already in Ukraine to fight the Russians. Among them, a 40-year-old computer programmer said to be one of the world’s most feared snipers.
⚡️The most famous sniper "Wali" has arrived in #Ukraine to fight against occupiers
The average productivity of sniper is 7 men a day. On the front type like Ukrainian, productivity can reach up to 10. "Vali" can provide up to 40 deaths per day. pic.twitter.com/XDOibKxiQq
— NEXTA (@nexta_tv) March 10, 2022
The marksman known by the nickname “Wali” served in the Royal Canadian Regiment, fighting in Afghanistan and it’s said he shot and killed an ISIS terrorist from more than two miles away.
‘Wali,’ whose real name is being kept confidential, is A French-Canadian computer scientist who served twice in the Afghanistan war during the operations in Kandahar.
Between 2009 and 2011, he earned the nickname ‘Wali’ for his prowess with his sniper rifle.
One of the world’s best snipers has arrived in Ukraine.
The French-Canadian “Wali” from the Royal Canadian 22e Régiment made his reputation during tours in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq
He fought in the same Canadian unit as the sniper with the world’s longest kill (3.5 km)
— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) March 8, 2022
As part of the elite JTF-2 unit, he joined the rarified atmosphere of snipers with the longest distance kill record.
When president Volodymir Zelenski started calling foreign soldiers to join the fight against Russia, ‘Wali’ didn’t hesitate to leave his IT job and arrived on Wednesday as part of the Canadian contingent.
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