Pentagon Releases Names of Victims of Afghan Helicopter Crash
The list includes the names of 15 members of SEAL Team 6
Less than a week after the deadly helicopter crash last weekend over Afghanistan, the Pentagon has released the names of all 30 service members who died reports The Wall Street Journal, including 15 members of SEAL Team 6, the unit responsible for killing Osama bin Laden. Their identities are typically classified but the identities of some of the SEALs had become public after family members discussed their lost loved ones with media. The other eight fatalities in the crash include two SEALs on a different team, five Navy sailors, three Air Force airmen and five Army helicopter crew members.
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