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Topic - Billy Vaughn
The Army never followed through on a plan to install voice and flight data recorders on one of its main war machines, the CH-47D Chinook helicopter — such as the one that was shot down in Afghanistan in 2011, killing 22 members of SEAL Team 6.
Navy SEALs are the toast of America, but revelations show that the top brass has not always watched their backs during the Obama administration.
"He felt, and so did the other members of his team, that the very existence of our republic is at stake," his father, Billy Vaughn, told NBC's "Today." "Because of that, Aaron was willing to give his life."
One of the fathers, Billy Vaughn, has written a book, "Betrayed: The Shocking True Story of Extortion 17 as Told by a Navy SEAL's Father."