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Osama bin Laden
used in Fearless

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Arab terrorist who established al-Qaeda and was behind the 9/11 terrorists strikes (b. 1957)
  • Osama bin Laden was dead.
    p. 321.7
  • FROM MAY THROUGH JULY 2011, when it seemed that every journalist on the planet was scrambling to get an inside angle on the Osama bin Laden kill mission in Pakistan, I was making my way around the United States interviewing over a dozen U.S. Navy SEALs.
    p. 1.1
  • One night changed everything; the wave of publicity following Osama bin Laden's death thrust the little-known unit into the spotlight.
    p. 5.7
  • The hunt for Osama bin Laden had begun, and while Adam assured his family that his first deployment would be to South America, he didn't hide his enthusiasm for getting into the fight in Afghanistan as soon as possible.
    p. 154.9
  • In Afghanistan, the oppressive Taliban government that provided a safe haven to Osama bin Laden and his fellow al Qaeda terrorists had surrendered ten months earlier, on December 5, 2001, after just two months of war.
    p. 160.4
  • In addition to fighting these insurgents and jihadists and providing security for the newly formed Afghan government, the U.S. military's priority mission remained the manhunt for Osama bin Laden, the architect of the September 11 attacks on American soil.
    p. 160.9
  • They discussed Operation Red Dawn, which had led to the capture of Saddam Hussein on December 13, 2003, near Tikrit, as well as Osama bin Laden and how Dale hoped to be the guy who took bin Laden out when the time came.
    p. 176.6
  • Punctuating it all, the hunt for Osama bin Laden was "at the front of the back of everybody's mind," says another operator.
    p. 215.6
  • Osama bin Laden was dead, the president announced to the world.
    p. 311.6
  • After a firelight, they killed Osama bin Laden....
    p. 312.1
  • At home, I gave my sleeping kids a kiss, then headed to my computer, where I discovered an e-mail from Kelley with the subject line "Osama bin Laden."
    p. 321.8

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