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Special Operations: Secrets To Die From | Strategy Page

Special Operations: Secrets To Die From | Strategy Page

Since September 11, 2001 SOCOM (Special Operations Command) has been fighting an uphill battle to get its commandos to keep quiet about how they do what they do. Just telling everyone to keep quiet about this stuff has not worked and SOCOM has had to resort to more severe punishments. This escalated to the point where a former Navy SEAL was forced, via recent court decisions, to give up some $6.6 million he made from a book (“No Easy Day”) that described in great deal the 2011 raid he participated in that found and killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden.

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