By Larry Shaughnessy
At least one former U.S. Navy SEAL is worried that a book about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden could jeopardize future special operations missions.
John McGuire left the service as a first class petty officer after 10 years in the Navy, much of it as a SEAL.
“We have something in the military called OPSEC, which is operational security, and people can piece tiny pieces of information together to get a picture they don’t need to have,” McGuire told CNN on Thursday. “We know too much as it is.”
“When people give away secrets and talk about these exploits like this, connections can be drawn together to put them and our security in harm’s way,” McGuire said.
The new book by former SEAL Matt Bissonnette, published under the pseudonym Mark Owen, is titled “No Easy Day.”
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