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Remember Chris Kyle On The Third Year Anniversary Of His Death [PHOTOS]

Tuesday is the third year anniversary of Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle’s death.

Kyle was the deadliest sniper in United States’ military history after having 160 confirmed kills during his time in Iraq.

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The deadly sniper detailed his time in Iraq in the best-selling book “American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History,” which was later turned into a movie starring Bradley Cooper.

Bradley Cooper staring as Chris Kyle in "American Sniper." (Credit: Screenshot/Youtube Movieclips Trailers)

Bradley Cooper starring as Chris Kyle in “American Sniper.” (Credit: Screenshot/Youtube Movieclips Trailers)

Kyle and his friend Chad Littlefield were murdered on February 2, 2013 at a shooting range in Texas by¬†Eddie Ray Routh. The funeral was held in the Dallas Cowboy’s stadium, and drew thousands of people.

The coffin of slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle during a memorial service for the former sniper at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Feb. 11, 2013. Kyle was shot to death on Feb. 2 at a shooting range at Rough Creek Lodge, an upscale retreat about 50 miles southwest of Fort Worth, Texas. (REUTERS/Tim Sharp)

The coffin of slain former Navy SEAL Chris Kyle during a memorial service for the former sniper at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Feb. 11, 2013. Kyle was shot to death on Feb. 2 at a shooting range at Rough Creek Lodge, an upscale retreat about 50 miles southwest of Fort Worth, Texas. (REUTERS/Tim Sharp)

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