Although guidelines called for up to five years in jail for two men tied to 349 homemade suppressors the Navy paid $1.6 million for, in the end they received far less.
A veteran of 16 years in the Navy and over 400 combat missions, the special warfare operator who maintains he took out Osama Bin Laden has revealed his identity.
A former Navy employee and the owner of a machine shop were found guilty on charges involving the illegal manufacture of 349 homemade suppressors for a shadowy intelligence group.
A former Navy employee and the owner of a machine shop will have their day in court later this month over 349 homemade silencers made for $8,000 and sold to the military Navy for $1.6 million.
Although “SEAL Team Six: Hunt The Jackal” by Don Mann is fiction, it gives insight into the real workings of the covert operations of the elite band of warriors.
Navy pays man $1.6 million for silencers worth $8,000. The contract was approved by the man’s brother, a senior director of intelligence for the Navy. Was it a coincidence?
One of the elite warriors of SEAL Team Six died on Monday from wounds he sustained during a rescue mission in eastern Afghanistan.
With the Mouse looking to get his creepy kid gloves all over the SEAL Team Six name, Guns.com saw the writing on the wall when it came to the inevitable cascade of merchandising around America’s “freshest faces.” But we didn’t see this.
After 10 years on the run, a 25-million dollar bounty and a decade of divisive and often damaging decisions in American politics linked directly to his actions, ideology and mere existence, Osama bin Laden has been confirmed dead by the US government.