SEAL who shot bin Laden faces difficult transition to civilian life

02/12/2013 | Esquire.com · USA Today

The Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden says he is now jobless and has no health coverage and no prospects of collecting a military pension. The situation highlights the poor job that the military does at preparing service members for civilian life, some observers say. The SEAL's claim that he doesn't have access to health insurance has been disputed by Stars and Stripes.

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