The Operator Audiobook by Robert O’Neill [Free Download]

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The Operator: Firing the Shots That Killed Osama Bin Laden and My Years as a SEAL Team Warrior by Robert O'Neill

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The Operator is an audiobook by Robert O’Neil. It presents the story of how the retired SEAl fired he three gunshots that ended the life of the most wanted terrorist, Osama Bin Laden, as well as many stories of the legendary missions he has had. Some of these missions include his involvement in the attempt rescue Marcos Luttrell also known as “the Lone Survivor” and the captain Richard Phillips who was abducted by the Somali pirates.

He also tells the story of his childhood in Butte, as well as the time that he suddenly decided to join SEALs, and the struggle to become part of the SEAL’s most elite unit.

O’Neal also narrates the many years he spent fighting the terrorism when many of the SEALs he fought alongside lost their lives.

The Operator audiobook is filled with many tactics and operations of the SEALs which makes it an amazing book full of action.


In the amazing audiobook “The Operator”, ex SEAL Robert O’Neal tells the story of how he fired the gunshots that killed the man known to be the founder and leader of the most powerful terrorist organization, Al Qaeda, who was also responsible for the horrific attacks to the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, as well as the attack on the pentagon.

In 2012, Matt Bissonnette who is the author of “No Easy Day” said to be the operator who ended the life of the most wanted terrorist in the world. However, in 2014 Robert O’Neal comes forward and announces that he was actually the one who killed Bin Laden.

The thought-provoking story in filled with action and the humor that only so many years of experience as a seal can build up, a career of 400 missions that help him era two silver stars and four bronze stars.

After he retired from the military in the year 2012, he became a motivational and leadership speaker and also co-founded a non-profit that dedicated to helping special operation veterans in their transition of leaving the military and getting into new careers, the non-profit is called “Your Grateful Nation”.

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