Navy Seal killed fighting ISIS militants in Iraq

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May 4, 2016 07:24

 
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A US Navy Seal was killed fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq Tuesday after jihadists managed to penetrated a Kurdish stronghold, according to ABC News.

“Our state and nation are in mourning today over the loss of a US serviceman –- and one of America’s finest. Navy SEAL Charlie Keating, a graduate of Arcadia High School in Phoenix, was killed this morning in an ISIS attack" in Iraq, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said in a statement.

Keating was the grandson of Charles Keating, a well-known Arizona banking executive and anti-pornography activist who was later jailed on numerous fraud and racketeering charges.

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