when soldiers apply camoflage cream onto there skin to not be seen by the enemy they sometimes miss out two bits of skin on the head leaving a white or brown(but all skin glows) patch on the back of the head that a sniper can easily target and get a headshot. the patch of skin that is left out is around the back of the neck to under the jaw(leaving a triangle shape).
sergent: alright platoon..cam up!
platoon: yes sir
sergent:and dont forget to cover the snipers triangle
by lancecorporalsniper April 10, 2011

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