July 19, 2016 11:25 ET

OPSEC Members Featured in Benghazi Video at GOP Convention

OPSEC to Release a Second Video With Online Ad-buy Later in the Week

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwired - July 19, 2016) - Special Operations Education Fund (OPSEC), a 501(c)(4) group consisting of former military special-operations members and intelligence officers, is featured in a video presentation that played Monday night at the GOP Convention. The 3-minute video highlights the findings of the final Benghazi report and emphasizes the sheer magnitude of the Obama Administration's failures, which resulted in the lost lives of four Americans in Benghazi.

Additionally, OPSEC will individually release a similar video as part of an online ad-buy, later in the week. The video will re-emphasize the need to hold President Obama, former Secretary Clinton, and the Administration accountable for the failures of Benghazi and ensure those responsible are not pardoned by politics. The video can be viewed at:

"The national security of the United States is, and should be, a primary concern of every American citizen particularly in light of recent terrorist activities," said OPSEC President Jamie Williamson. "OPSEC is a non-partisan organization that wants to share this video with both Republicans and Democrats in an attempt to hold our officials accountable and ensure national intelligence assets are not withheld for political exploitation."

About OPSEC ( The Special Operations Education Fund, Inc. or 'OPSEC' is a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization. OPSEC was created to stop the political exploitation of the Special Operations and Intelligence Communities. OPSEC is comprised of former Army Special Forces, Navy SEALs, Intelligence Officers, and other special operations and intelligence personnel from the Air Force and Marine Corps. The OPSEC team continues to lead the fight to educate on select national security issues.

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