Navy SEALs Wreath Laying

Rear Admiral Edward K. Walker, Jr., USN (Ret) (left in photo) and the staff of the US Navy Memorial place a wreath at the statue of the Lone Sailor in Washington DC on Tuesday August 9, 2011, in honor
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Rear Admiral Edward K. Walker, Jr., USN (Ret) (left in photo) and the staff of the US Navy Memorial place a wreath at the statue of the Lone Sailor in Washington DC on Tuesday August 9, 2011, in honor

Rear Admiral Edward K. Walker, Jr., USN (Ret) and the staff of the US Navy Memorial place a wreath at the statue of the Lone Sailor in Washington DC on Tuesday August 9, 2011, in honor of Navy SEALs Team Six killed in action. More than 20 Navy SEALs from SEAL Team Six were among those killed the previous Friday in a helicopter crash flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. SEAL Team Six was the unit that carried out the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in his Pakistan hideout.

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Aug 9, 2011 at 4:34 PM Dave Roffman

A needless tragedy. The Afghan government does not support our troops there. Why are we still there. Get out now. Get out of Iraq too. And bring our soldiers home from Germany for crying out loud. It's time to stop spending billions of dollars trying to be peacekeepers around the world.

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