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Nothing More Than Jumbled Pictures

Upon initially reading¬†¬†Nicholas Schmidle’s article titled “Getting Bin Laden,” I was entranced with this dramatic telling of the night that Osama Bin Laden. It was almost too much to mentally take in. There was absolutely nothing left for the reader … Continue reading

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Looking Back

After re-reading Schmidle’s article after watching Restrepo and reading Tim O’Brien’s piece, my view on the New Yorker article is still the same.¬† Having read a lot of articles, I have learned to read anything that is not written as … Continue reading

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Re-Evaluating Schmidle’s Article

Schmidle wrote an article in the New York Times about the navy seals that killed Osama bin Laden. Many criticized him in his writing because he did not have a first-hand account of the operation. His information came from second … Continue reading

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The following article by Nicholas Schmidle is a fast paced narrative about the mission to kill Osama Bin Laden. The article is laced with countless details that seem to imply a first-hand account of that night either from the SEALs … Continue reading

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