From Tier-One Operator, to beer delivery driver in Milwaukee, the future is unknown for the man who shot and killed Osama bin Laden. For the first time, the Navy SEAL who fired the fatal shots speaks out about that day as well as the aftermath for himself and his family. The Shooter’s account is the most definitive account of those crucial few seconds, and his account, corroborated by multiple sources, establishes him as the last man to see Osama bin Laden alive.
The Shooter, as he is now called, knew in his soul that he was put on this earth for a specific purpose. Despite numerous close calls of bullets barely passing his head in previous engagements, he told his mother that it was not his time, as his great act of valor had not yet happened. His day was soon to arrive as he would find himself face to face with the most wanted terrorist in the world.
His story is that of a grounded, sincere voice of one of America’s best. His passion and dedication to his profession, his love for his family and SEAL team brothers is clear. As he separates from the service, he is unclear about what the future will hold for him. Uncertainity and potential danger still exist in the world of The Shooter. He speaks of teaching his family how to conduct drills around their house in case some radical terrorist group decides to enact payback. As The Shooter so accurately states it in a quote from the movie, “Zero Dark Thirty”; “Once you’re on their list, you never get off.”
Read a real story from an amazing SEAL operator.
Show your support for The Shooter and his family by making your words of strength, encouragement, respect, and honor known. I know that he and his family, along with all the other operators on that fateful day, deserve the backing of their country and our thanks and appreciation. We all must do whatever we can to support them as well as all our Veterans who have sacrificed so much for our protection and freedoms.
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