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Never Quit

Navy seal shares a life built on successful missions.

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (Jan. 29, 2016) — Former Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill was greeted with applause as he took the stage at the second general session of the 2016 Cattle Industry Convention Jan. 29 in San Diego, Calif. O’Neill, who has been active in more than 400 combat missions around the globe and was part of the SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden, opened his remarks saying, “I hate al-Qaeda. I hate ISIS. I love beef.”

O’Neill shared several stories from his grueling SEAL training and his life-and-death experiences from his combat missions. He noted that lessons learned in combat can be applied to strategies for achieving success in daily life. Among his advice to the audience:

Watch a documentary with O’Neill sharing his experiences in his own words at O’Neill also asked audience members to visit to learn more about efforts to assist veterans after active duty. Of the organization, O’Neill concluded, “It’s all part of making America great again.”

O’Neill’s appearance at the 2016 Cattle Industry Convention was sponsored by Bayer Animal Health.

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