William mcraven naval postgraduate school thesis

Bolden commanded STS-60 's crew of six aboard Discovery . This was the historic first joint-American/Russian Space Shuttle mission involving the participation of a Russian cosmonaut , Sergei Krikalev , as a Mission Specialist . The flight launched on February 3, 1994 from Kennedy Space Center, and carried the Space Habitation Module-2 ( SPACEHAB ), and the Wake Shield Facility . The crew conducted a series of joint American/Russian science activities. The mission achieved 130 orbits of the Earth, ending with a landing on February 11, 1994, at the Kennedy Space Center. [12]

McRaven deployed SEAL Team 6 to great effect early Monday in Pakistan. Back at CIA headquarters, Panetta and his team monitored McRaven’s men from a windowless seventh-floor conference room. As he and his team waited for McRaven to report on whether bin Laden was indeed at the compound, Panetta says the room was tense. “I kept asking Bill McRaven, ‘., what the hell’s this mean?,’ ” Panetta told Time ‘s Massimo Calabresi. When McRaven finally said they had gotten “Geronimo,” their code name for bin Laden, “all the air we were holding came out,” Panetta says. Not a bad day’s work for a would-be journalist. Sure as heck beats writing about it. ( More on : See photos of bin Laden’s death in headlines )

William mcraven naval postgraduate school thesis

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