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Rob O'Neill, ex-leader of Navy SEAL Team 6,discusses helping Veterans get hired

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Rob O'Neill, former leader of the U.S. Navy's SEAL Team 6, took some time to discuss his efforts to help Special Operations Forces transition to work in the private sector through the charity Your Grateful Nation. O'Neill's actions with SEAL Team 6 were told in the movies "Lone Survivor" with Mark Wahlberg, "Captain Phillips" with Tom Hanks, and "Zero Dark Thirty" with Jessica Chastain. O'Neill is a 16-year veteran of the U.S. Navy who rose to the rank of Senior Chief Special Warfare Operator (E-8). Widely reported to be the man who fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden, O'Neill received 52 military awards during his career including two Silver Star medals and four Bronze Star medals with Valor device.  Individuals who wish to offer jobs or provide financial assistance to Special Operations Forces, or SOF veterans who are seeking work, should go to for more information on how to offer or receive help. The interview was held at Phoenix International Raceway and was conducted by John Chuhran, co-host of the Sons of the American Legion Radio Report on WVOX 1460AM and heard worldwide at . Co-hosts of the program are Ken Kraetzer and Jack McGuirk.