And this is the difference between those that get it done and those that spike someone else’s football.

Originally posted on Command Performance Leadership:

Quotes of the Day Dedicated to Navy SEAL Team SIX and their Successful Mission on May 1, 2011 to Kill Osama Bin Laden


“Let your plans be dark and as impenetratable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunderbolt.”

“Kill one, terrify a thousand.”

– Sun Tzu, The Art of War


“We want to be in a situation under maximum pressure, maximum intensity, and maximum danger.  When it’s shared with others, it provides a bond which is stronger than any tie that can exist.”

– SEAL Team SIX Officer


“Even in great pain, faced with the test of their lives, they had the ability to step-outside their own pain, put aside their own fear and ask: How can I help the guy next to me?  They had more than ‘fist’ of courage and physical strength.  They also had a heart large enough to think…

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  1. Thank you for reblogging this!!! Everyone knows who carried the ball on this mission, and that the coach was a Navy Admiral. Touchdowns are scored by the players on the field, not the “Monday Morning Quarterbacks” in a round office.


    • Precisely, as I’ve come to expect from you. It’s pretty bad when even Adrianna Huffington calls Obama despicable, and she’s right.


      • The ‘You’ should be clarified as Obama, not this blogger….lol….Not to insult the intelligence of your readers, who probably already knew who it was a reference to.


        • You’re right. I’ll fix it immediately. I certainly did mean Obama. Although Adrianna probably thinks we are too.


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