Troglodite Wrote:
Dec 12, 2012 7:32 PM
There is a thirteenth question. If the two SEALs, at the time they were killed, were using a laser designator to light up an enemy target, as we have heard, is it obvious that they though that someone was around to drop a laser-guided weapon on that target. They would not have thought that was the case unless someone had told them that thing was overhead with a laser-guided weapon on board. Thus, either the story about the precise circumstances of the death of the two SEALS is wrong, or someone lied to them in real time about the usefulness of illuminating an enemy target, or there was an asset overhead and someone elected not to use it after the SEALS had already been told to light up the target.