SOON TO BE TELL-ALL AUTHOR AND FORMER SEAL TEAM SIX CHIEF IDENTIFIED

The SEAL Team Six operator who was a team leader and one of the first SEAL’s through that third floor bedroom door on the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden has co-penned the upcoming tell-all book “No Easy Day” has been identified. Apparently this guy is a highly decorated commando who was not only on-sight during “Neptune Spear” but was also present, or possibly pulled the trigger, on the Somali pirates who took Captain Richard Phillips hostage a couple of years back off the Horn of Africa. Check out the link below for more information about this unmasked warrior. One thing is for certain, No Easy Day will be at the very top of my and millions of others reading list in the very near future…

http://www.heavy.com/news/2012/08/matt-bissonnette-top-10-facts-you-need-to-know/

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2 Responses to SOON TO BE TELL-ALL AUTHOR AND FORMER SEAL TEAM SIX CHIEF IDENTIFIED

  1. reqq says:

    found it disrespectful from fox to out his name.. or is it just me?

  2. aviationintel.com says:

    Yeah it is pretty wild, especially that the AP confirmed it. The guy will live in some sort of fear his whole life now as I guess his identity has since been showcased all over terrorist related nut job websites. I am sure he knew this would probably happen going in and at least he is trained VERY WELL to deal with terrorists, and to disappear into society for that matter.

    There were only a couple dozen operators on that mission, he says he was a team leader and apparently that he was in the stealth Blackhawk that went down, so his pissed of peers would immedietly know who it was.

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