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Robert O'Neill
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Military Personnel
    (April 10, 1976- )
    Born in Butte, Montana
    Member of Navy SEAL Team Six
    Participated in more than 400 combat missions
    Claimed he fired the shots which killed Osama Bin Laden
    Though sworn to secrecy as a Navy SEAL, he publicly shared details about the raid which killed Osama Bin Laden.
    He took sole credit for killing Bin Laden, a claim refuted by those who argued it was a group effort.
    He faced a possible criminal investigation for leaking classified material.
    He felt his life was 'in danger' after he identified himself as Bin Laden's killer (no shit).
    He separated from his wife because it was dangerous for her and their children to be associated with him.
    He worked as a motivational speaker.
    Tabloids reported he was arrested in 2004 for public drunkenness.
    His career as a Navy SEAL spanned 16 years.
    His 52 decorations include two Silver Stars and four Bronze Stars.
    He decided to come forward because of the 'closure' it would give to families of 9/11 victims.
    He co-founded Your Grateful Nation, a charity designed to help veterans integrate back into civilian life.
    He participated in the mission rescuing Richard Phillips and crew from Somali pirates.
    He also participated in the mission to save Marcus Luttrell (whose story was told in the film 'Lone Survivor').
    Many consider him a hero, though he proved to be a polarizing figure.

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