The parents of a U.S. Navy SEAL killed in action in 2011 took on President Obama in a scathing letter that demanded he resign from office. Billy and Karen Vaughn have spoken out in the past following the helicopter crash that killed their son along with 29 other Americans and eight Afghans
The families of 30 United States service members killed in a 2011 helicopter crash went to Capitol Hill yesterday, demanding answers to many lingering questions about the tragedy. The parents of one of the soldiers killed in the attack, Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn, discussed the hearing with Brian Kilmeade this morning.
The parents of late Navy SEAL Aaron Vaughn say the Obama administration is to blame for their son's tragic death in Afghanistan.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) is demanding answers about the 2011 chopper crash in Afghanistan that killed 22 Navy SEALs, including members of the elite SEAL Team 6 unit that killed Usama Bin Laden. On Fox and Friends this morning, Alisyn Camerota spoke to Karen Vaughn, whose son, Aaron Vaughn, was killed in the attack.
Navy SEAL Team 6 became a household name when members of the elite unit took out Usama bin Laden. But the same unit suffered tragedy just three months later when a helicopter carrying 30 American troops, most of them members of SEAL Team 6, was blasted out of the sky by Taliban forces in Afghanistan.