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U.S. Navy Identifies Two SEALs Killed In Action

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Two Navy SEALs, Christopher J. Chambers and Nathan Gage Ingram, were identified as the individuals who lost their lives during a mission off the coast of Africa.

They were conducting a nighttime interdiction mission when they went missing after encountering powerful ocean waves.

The SEALs were attempting to intercept a ship illegally transporting advanced Iranian conventional weapons to Iranian-backed Houthi terrorists in Yemen.

“We extend our condolences to Chris and Gage’s family, friends, and teammates during this incredibly challenging time. They were exceptional warriors and cherished teammates and dear friends to many within the Naval Special Warfare community,” Capt. Blake L. Chaney said.

“Chris and Gage selflessly served their country with unwavering professionalism and exceptional capabilities. This loss is devastating for NSW, our families, the special operations community, and across the nation,” he said.

President Joe Biden expressed condolences, emphasizing the SEALs’ dedication and sacrifice.

“Over ten days, the United States military conducted an extensive search and rescue mission,” Biden said.

“Recovery efforts are still continuing as we grieve this profound loss for our country. These SEALs represented the very best of our country, pledging their lives to protect their fellow Americans. Our hearts go out to the family members, loved ones, friends, and shipmates who are grieving for these two brave Americans. Our entire country stands with you. We will never fail to honor their service, their legacy, and their sacrifice.”

The incident is under investigation, and recovery efforts are ongoing.

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