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The Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden "IS SCREWED" blares Esquire's new cover. But he's not quite as screwed as the much discussed story makes him out to be.
Last night, minutes before the world premier of the controversial new film SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden in Washington, D.C., director John Stockwell made a brief announcement to attendees: The facts in his film were not "confirmed or denied" by White House officials. When the movie's ending credits rolled down the screen 90-minutes later, that fact was abundantly clear.
One of the reasons U.S. Navy SEALs were able to so skillfully execute the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound last year was a CIA training facility in North Carolina that mirrored the architecture of bin Laden's actual compound in Pakistan.
In his tell-all, ex-Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette says he and fellow soldiers slept just before taking out Osama bin Laden. One of our commenters could relate.
Caked with make-up and facing possible disciplinary action for publishing his book on the Bin Laden raid, Mark Owen offered up the details of the SEAL Team 6's historic raid to 60 Minutes on Sunday night.
Several news outlets have finally got their hands on a copy of the new book about the raid on Osama bin Laden's Pakistan compound, and the details emerging contradict many of the earlier reports about what happened inside the house on the night the al Qaeda leader was killed.
Sorry patriotic moviegoers, you'll have to settle for two well-financed movies about killing Osama bin Laden instead of three.
There are already two movies coming out this fall about the Bin Laden raid, and now apparently there's going to be a third. The New York Post's Page 6 reports the new book from a Navy SEAL Team 6 member is going to be turned into a movie, and Steven Spielberg is in talks to direct.
The former Navy SEAL Team 6 member and anonymous author of a soon to be released tell-all book about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden better hire a security guard and a good lawyer: He's just been outed by Fox News.
By now, SEAL Team Six has been exploited in pretty much every way possible this election season. But one member of Team Six has so far remained by unscathed: Cairo the dog.
The special forces team that busted into a Somali pirate camp and freed two aid workers was the same group that busted into Osama bin Laden's hideout and took him down.
A new slideshow introduces a rare glimpse into the lives of the fallen men.
The list includes the names of 15 members of SEAL Team 6
“This isn’t going to be a war-stopper like Beirut or Mogadishu,” says a former SEAL commander
Some analysts suspect Iranian or Pakistani assistance
Families of the men who were killed in the copter crash this weekend speak about their loved ones
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