& # 39; Do what you need to do & # 39 ;: the Navy Admiral, who orchestrated the 2011 raid on the Osama bin Laden compound, reveals the advice he gave SEAL Team Six prior to their mission to Abbottabad
- Admiral William McRaven organized and supervised Operation Neptune Speer – the raid on the Osama bin Laden compound that ended in the death of Al Qaeda leader
- On Saturday, McRaven said he had told SEAL Team Six for the mission to & # 39; just do your job & # 39;
- However, he admitted that the operation felt & # 39; felt differently & # 39; than others he had overlooked because of his historical significance
- McRaven said on September 11 he wanted & # 39; justice & # 39; to the 2977 people killed by Al Qaeda
The Admiral of the Navy, who supervised the May 2011 compound at the Osama bin Laden compound, revealed the advice he gave to his team of SEAL & # 39; s as they prepared for the most wanted terrorist to confront the world.
In an interview with Fox & Friends on Saturday, Admiral William McRaven revealed that he had told SEAL Team Six special operations to & # 39; just do their job & # 39 ;.
Recalling the robbery – which ended in Bin Laden's death – the 63-year-old said: "I told the boys:" It will be easy to be overcome by the time, but just do your job "& # 39; .
While McRaven claimed that he & # 39; s mission like everyone else & # 39; wanted to approach, he admitted that it felt & # 39; clearly different & & # 39 ;.
On the Saturday edition of Fox and Friends, Admiral William McRaven has recollected Operation Neptune Spear – the May 2011 raid on the Osama bin Laden compound
& # 39; We knew that if Bin Laden was there, this would be a historic moment in the sense of bringing justice to all those who were killed in 9/11 & # 39 ;, he told interviewer Pete Hegseth.
The mission – known as Operation Neptune Star – involved 25 Navy seals who had raided the terrorist compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, in the early morning hours of May 2, 2011.
Bin Laden was shot by decorated special forces soldier Rob O & Neill, who said earlier this week that he immediately knew that he was confronting the terrorist.
On Fox Business Network on Wednesday, O & # 39; Neill said: & # 39; I was certain when I saw him. When I saw him standing on two legs I recognized his nose … his beard was short and white. & # 39;
25 Navy SEALs stormed the compound of the terrorist in Abbottabad, Pakistan (photo)
Bin Laden (left) was shot and killed by the decorated special troop soldier Rob O & # 39; Neill (right)
O & # 39; Neill said people in the house also confirmed that Bin Laden was there.
& # 39; There was a group of women who found him … and it turned out – especially one woman – to be 100 percent good for about 100 percent of the people inside, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; She was so frustrated by saying: "If you want to have a chance on Osama bin Laden, he is now on the third floor of this house and I don't understand why we're not leaving".
O & Neill noted that Bin Laden, the youngest of four women, Amal bin Laden, confirmed that the robbery by the SEAL killed her husband.
O & # 39; Neill was featured on Fox News Business earlier this week
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