The Morning Rumble

We talked to the U.S. Navy SEAL who shot and killed Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan

"You just killed bin Laden, now get back to work"

This is one hell of an interview.

The Morning Rumble were lucky enough to spend 20 minutes with former US Navy SEAL, Robert O'Neill, who gives us a no-holds barred, behind the scenes of the historic mission that brought an end to Osama Bin Laden.

Rob's gripping account reveals the intense anticipation and the profound commitment to duty felt by the team, tasked with what they believed could be a one-way ticket to the heart of danger. From the charged silence aboard the flight to the compound to the intense Hollywood dramatizations, Rob contrasts the cinematic portrayals with the visceral reality of combat.

Rob also recounts the daring rescue of Captain Richard Phillips from Somali pirates, encapsulating the perilous nature of SEAL operations. He offers an intimate look at the tightly woven fabric of SEAL brotherhood, highlighting his bond with fellow SEAL Marcus Luttrell, the "Lone Survivor."

Through Rob's eyes, we gain insight into the real-life ramifications of service, including the coping with post-traumatic stress.

His book "The Operator" provides further depth, approved by both the Department of Defense and SEAL Team Six, offering an authentic portrayal of his experiences.