From Esquire: ‘The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden…Is Screwed’

Full piece here.

The title is a little dramatic, but the piece focuses on the details of that fateful night, and how to get retired SEALS and SpecOps into the civilian work force.

Perhaps they need more opportunities to remain “quiet professionals.”

‘In the last few months, the Shooter has put together some work that involves a kind of discreet consulting for select audiences. But it’s a per-event deal, and he’s not sure how secure or long-term it will be. And he wants to be much more involved in making the post — SEAL Team 6 transition for others less uncertain.’

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