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President Trump and his daughter Ivanka Trump left the White House on Marine One Wednesday on an unannounced trip to honor the fallen U.S. Navy Seal, Chief Petty Officer William “Ryan” Owens who was killed in Yemen.

Owens, 36, was the first service member killed in action since Trump became commander-in-chief.

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The chief petty officer was part of a SEAL team carrying out a raid against al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, which resulted in the deaths of 14 members of the terrorist group (including three senior leaders) and the recovery of intelligence data that could prove useful in thwarting future attacks.

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Daily Caller reports that reporters demanded to know where the president was going, but many of them fell silent when they found out he was headed to Dover Air Force Base to join the family of Chief Special Warfare Operator William “Ryan” Owens — who was killed during a nighttime raid on an al-Qaeda-held village in Yemen over the weekend — in receiving his remains.

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“Ryan gave his full measure for our nation, and in performing his duty, he upheld the noblest standard of military service,” Defense Secretary James Mattis said in a statement Monday. “The United States would not long exist were it not for the selfless commitment of such warriors.”

In a statement released Sunday, President Trump said, “Americans are saddened this morning with news that a life of a heroic service member has been taken in our fight against the evil of radical Islamic terrorism. My deepest thoughts and humblest prayers are with the family of this fallen service member.”

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Owens, who was from Peoria, Ill., died of wounds sustained during what was reportedly a two-hour gunfight.

Owens enlisted in 1998, serving first in Naval intelligence before attending basic and advanced SEAL training in Coronado, Calif., which he completed in December 2002, according to the Navy Times.

Becoming a SEAL had been Owens’ dream since his freshman year of high school his friend Cody Jackson recounted to the Peoria Journal Star.

Rest in peace hero.

We extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends.

He will never be forgotten.

God Bless.

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