Last night, Zero Dark Thirty won the Oscar for Sound Editing. Congratulations to the Zero Dark Thirty team for a great film. Back when the events of that dark night had just occurred, Richardcyoung.com was an early Internet leader in posting all the details.Read Operation Neptune Spear here, and The Rooster Takes Credit for the Sunrise here. We remain leaders on the subject today. I saw Zero Dark Thirty and thought the raid portrayal was about as strong as one could possibly expect from a Hollywood effort. Americans got a chance to look at what real assault rifles are about, rather than the non-automatic assault weapons that the media are so mistakenly fixated on today. In order to help you better understand what really happened that night, I have linked a couple of articles that I found most useful and compelling.
Operation Neptune Spear, Globalsecurity.org
Operation Neptune’s Spear explained, The Aviationist
Operation Neptune Spear – the Killing of Osama bin Laden, Armed Forces History Museum
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