Monday, August 8, 2011

Families of 22 Navy SEALs killed come forward

(CBS News)  

In Afghanistan on Sunday, U.S. recovery teams removed the wreckage of the Chinook helicopter shot down by the Taliban in Wardak province, as well as the remains of the 30 Americans who were killed.

CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports that the families of the group of men lost - which included 22 elite Navy SEALs - are beginning to come forward in their grief.

The pictures they provide show young men, many with children, from across the United States -- Nebraska, Iowa, Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, and Pennsylvania. Michael Strange was a Navy SEAL on his third tour in Afghanistan.



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