Rob O’Neill, 38, claims to have fired the shot that killed Osama bin Laden in the 2011 raid in Pakistan. The ex-Navy SEAL sniper has been deployed more than twelve times, completing 400 combat missions, reportedly killing more than 30 enemy combatants.
“Rob O’Neill is an American hero who dedicated his life to serving our country and protecting our freedoms," Fox News Channel chairman and CEO Roger Ailes said in a press release. "It’s incredibly rare to have someone in a television contributor role with his leadership experience and expertise at the fighting unit level. His military insight will be a major asset to the network and we are honored to have him."
According to Fox News, O'Neill will "offer military expertise and analysis" for both daytime and primetime programs.
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