Chris Scott Kyle was born on April 8, 1974 in Odessa, Texas. He grew up on a ranch his childhood was highly shaped by the outdoor pursuits, he loved hunting deer and pheasants. For two years Chris studied agriculture at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas.
Chris was always interested in joining militaryservices, after weathering with demanding selection process Kyle was selected and trained as sniper.
Chris joined the Navy in 1999 and after strong dedication and determination he quickly gained admittance to SEAL unit. Chris was considered best in his troop he was deployed to Iraq as a sniper 4 times and in his account 160 people were killed and that is why he was called Al-Ramadi which means shaitaan of Ramadi within the American Military. His bravery earned him several accolades.
Leaving military services was not easy for him but as his wife forced him he left it in 2009. Being for so many years in Navy he walkedthrough different phases and experienced different pursuits of life. Hedrafted his experiences in his autobiography andnamed it American Sniper: The Autobiography of the most lethal sniper in US military history. His book soared the demand and was considered as thebestselling book.
After leaving military services he paired with FITCO Cares Foundation, a non-profit organization which created the heroes project to provide free in-homefitnessequipment, individualized programs, personaltraining and life coaching forin need veterans with disabilities.ChrisKylewas kind hearted man and How Did Chris Kyle Die is one question that whines in everybody’s mind as he was a hard core soul. Chris Kyle was also working for the people suffering with PTSD i.e. POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER.
How did ChrisKyleDie?
On 2nd February 2013 Chris and his friend Chad Littlefieldwere shot dead and killed By Eddie Ray Routh at the Rough Creek Ranch Lodge-Resortshooting range in Erath Country, Texas. Both the men were having guns but they were upholstered and their safety catches were on, both the guns belonged to Kyle. Eddie ray Routh was suffering from PTSD and was admitted in mental hospital for two years. Chris Kyle was helping him to overcome his illness and planned to take him to the gun range in an effort to help him but Chris was not aware of the mystery that was going to happen with him Eddie killed both the men and escaped in Chris’ truck to Midlothian at her sister’s house where he told her about the whole incident her sister Laura Blevins called 911 but Routh escaped from there and after a short chase he was caught by the police.
Routh was sentenced life in prison with no possibilities of parole by the trial judge Jason Cashion.
Chris Kyle was the great patriot, hero, son and loving father, who left behind his legacy. A brave hero is not between us but he will always remain in the hearts and memories.