Once a sniper, always a sniper. That's what the members of the United States Army Marksmanship Unit were reminded of during a visit from a World War II veteran.
Ted Gundy, a World War II veteran sniper who fought at Bastogne, made a visit to the National Infantry Museum near Fort Benning, Georgia. After a day as a guest of honor, Ted was met by Val Forgett of Navy Arms for a surprise presentation - an exact replica of his 1903 Springfield A4 rifle.
Then it was time to hit the range. Check out what Ted did when he got behind a rifle for the first time in more than 60 years.