The hunt for Osama bin Laden that went on for almost a decade led to a final mission that was completed in a matter of minutes. But how? The mission utilized specialized troops, heavy government coordination and extreme precision. Go behind the scenes of this tactical operation in today's Gotta Watch.
Night of the killing– What really happened the night the U.S. killed Osama bin Laden? Pentagon correspondent Chris Lawrence takes a close look at the operation that took down one of the world's most elusive and feared terrorist leaders.
When did they know? – The President kept his poker face as other events took place during the days leading up to the successful killing of Osama bin Laden. Senior White House correspondent Ed Henry breaks down the mission from start to finish, showing what was really going on behind closed doors in the White House.
Who are the men of Team Six? – An elite Navy Seal group was hand picked to tackle bin Laden's capture. But just who are the men of Team Six? Learn about this group of highly intelligent men and what it takes to be part of this team.
What's next for al Qaeda? – Will al Qaeda remain a key player in the Islamic extremist movement? Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer and CNN's Fareed Zakaria weigh in. Zakaria says bin Laden's death was a "deadly blow" to the organization. However, Fleisher asserts that the ideology of hatred still exists and al Qaeda will remain strong.
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