The Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden told his story to Phil Bronstein in a piece published in Esquire Monday.
The screen is black. Voices shout at us as we stare into the void. They are radio recordings from 9/11: The sounds of confused air traffic controllers overlap with the words of a frightened woman stranded at the top of one of the towers, choking on smoke while an emergency operator struggles to keep her calm. It is a harrowing throwback to one of America’s worst days.
A former commander of SEAL Team Six, Montana state Sen. Ryan Zinke (R., Whitefish), showed his support for presidential candidate Mitt Romney in an editorial published Thursday. Zinke, chairmen of Special Operations for America, says the election is about trust.
A former U.S. Navy SEAL commando who took part in the daring raid to kill Osama bin Laden has exposed as false part of the account put out by the Obama administration on how the al Qaeda leader died.
The highly anticipated first-hand account of the Osama bin Laden raid—“No Easy Day,” authored by ex-SEAL Team Six member Mark Owen—is set to debut in bookstores next week and interesting details from the book are beginning to leak out.
Current TV host Cenk Uygur claimed President George W. Bush had no interest in finding Osama bin Laden, citing the former president’s reluctance to publicize the actions of the SEAL Team 6 squad responsible for the al-Qaeda leader’s demise.