Wind acts on scent like it does on sound, carrying it toward you or pushing it away from you.
Sometimes our SOG recon men could determine they were ncaring a North Vietnamese base camp purely by the putrid smell of nuoc mam fermented fish sauce or the harsh aroma of Vietnamese tobacco. In another region or continent, it could have been the smell of coffee at dawn or the stench of a guerrilla band's unsanitary latrine.
The greatest problem with a sniper smoking,
I believe, is that he desensitizes his sense of smell and loses the ability to detect aromatic target indicators.
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