American Sniper is a memoir of SEAL Chief Chris Kyle, the record-holding sniper in U.S. military history. The compelling account of Kyle's extraordinary battlefield experiences ranks among the greatest war memoirs of all time.
Bank Sans Caps EF is most likely the typeface used on the book's cover, which is Morris Fuller Benton's 1930 variation of Bank Gothic. Bank Sans Caps Condensed Oblique is likely used for the word "American," whereas Bank Sans Caps Medium Oblique is likely used for the term "Sniper." Details about them can be found here.