Seven Americans of the special forces – Russian media: Admiral surrendered. of the US & Lieutenant Colonel – WarNews247

Russian media report that retired US Admiral Eric Thor Olsen, who commanded a special forces group, has been captured.

At the same time, seven Americans were killed in the city of Rubizhne, as they participated in the hostilities on the side of Ukraine. This was stated by Assistant to the Chechen leader Apta Alaudinov.

Retired US Admiral Eric Olsen in Russian hands?

Strong information circulates in the Russian media which report that a retired admiral of the special forces of the American army surrendered to the Russian forces.

It is still unknown exactly where the delivery took place and if it took place.

Other sources make it clear that the practice was carried out at the Azovstal iron and steel plant in Mariupol, Ukraine, and at Rubizhne .

Yesterday from 6:17 p.m. Russian local time, a photo has been released that allegedly shows the retired Admiral Eric Thor Olsen himself being arrested by Russian forces.

Eric Thor Olsen (born 24 January 1952) is a retired United States Navy Admiral. He last served as the 8th Commander of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) from July 2, 2007, to August 8, 2011.

He previously served as Deputy Commander of the United States Special Operations Command from 2003 to July 2007. Olsen was the first Navy SEAL to ever receive a three- and four-star military rank, and the first U.S. Navy officer to become a USOC Combat Commander.

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