"And the tears are hitting the page, because we all knew that none of us were coming back alive. It was either death or a Pakistani prison...
"You write it, it's horrible, you hand it off, and it's like, Okay, that part's over. And I'm back, ready to roll."
The member of SEAL Team 6 who killed Osama Bin Laden speaks -- as anonymously as possible -- about his career, his SEAL teammates, his family, the May 2011 raid, and its aftermath on his life. And the Esquire article, by Phil Bronstein, addresses the larger issues of how little of a financial safety net this man and his compatriots have as they try to re-enter civilian life.
A long piece, worth reading. Link via terri_osborne's Facebook.