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U.S. Navy Seal Killed In Action
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U.S. Navy Seal Killed In Action
Department of Defense Identifies Navy Casualty
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Release No: NR-036-17
Jan. 30, 2017

The Department of Defense announced today the death of a U.S. Navy sailor who
was supporting U.S. Central Command Operations.

Chief Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens, 36, of Peoria, Illinois, died
Jan. 28 in the Arabian Peninsula of Yemen, of wounds sustained in a raid against

He was assigned to an East Coast based Special Warfare unit.

Statement by Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis on U.S. Casualty in Yemen
I extend my condolences to the family and shipmates of Chief Petty Officer William
“Ryan” Owens.

Ryan gave his full measure for our nation, and in performing his duty, he upheld the
noblest standard of military service. The United States would not long exist were it
not for the selfless commitment of such warriors.

I thank our gallant troops and their families for their dedication to protecting this
nation, and I pass our respects to Ryan’s family in this most difficult time.

For more information, contact U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command Public Affairs
at 619-537-2826 or

Six other U.S. servicemembers were injured in the raid. Three of them were injured
in the firefight with the AQAP fighters, while three others were injured when the
Marine MV-22 Osprey aircraft they were aboard was damaged in a “hard landing.”

The raid targeting three senior leaders with al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula was
intended to gather intelligence on the terror group that could be used to prevent
future terror plots.

Fourteen al-Qaida fighters were killed in the raid on the compound, including some
women who had fired at the American forces.

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