when i got out of the military, i started working as a police officer then after that, i picked up a job at chief of police in a small town and then moved on to contracting after that. i got to benghazi, i was going to be there for 60 days. that was my first time into libya. >> i remember walking through our university and there was an army ru recruiter. he said hey, what are you going to do after collegeful he shoed me a ranger video. got to be pretty tough to get in. that's what i want to do. a lot of people can't do it, i'm going to do that. in 2003, i was medically discharged and out of the blue, i got a call from blackwater, just starting, saying hey, we're looking for contractors, go to iraq. i said yes. i got the call to go to libya, early --
>> help you? >> third grade. that's when we lived across the street from the recruiting station. marine corps. hear they're the toughest guys. tried out for the toughest one i could find. >> got out about two months before i got totally bored. ended up getting a job, i did that until i got into contracting. >> the first time i went there to libya, i went into tripoli, my first trip. the second time, i went back, the third time, fourth time all in benghazi. this attack lasted 13 >> this attack lasted 13 hours. four people died including our
ambassador and it was on 9/11. so, i want you to take us back to the beginning. for people who don't know this job, contractors, how do you explain it to them? >> private security contractors. for us, it was protection. protecting cia case officers overseas. doing low profile protection. >> how did the hierchy work here? >> chief of base, main guy this charge. >> that was bob? >> yes. >> and then you have the team. which would be in charge of us. >> and our team lead er is a staffer. an employee for the ac and then all us contractors are like if you talk military wise, like the enlisted folks. >> other members of your team are not here. tyrone woods, who you called rone. two other members, who remain anonymous, right? jack and db. >> correct. >> yes. >> so, you were set up to protect the an ex, which was the cia.
>> the personnel at the annex, yes. >> this gives us perspective of the other facility there, which was what you guys call the consulate. where are we here? >> here's the consulate. and then here's us, our compound. >> so, pretty close. about three quarters of a mile as the crow flies, about a mile drive maybe. >> maybe a mile. and if you did the whole thing. >> so, this site was it, well protected? >> who wants to take it? >> it looked nice. it was a beautiful compound. it had orchards. had a really nice house. had a swimming pool. had their own security. >> they were their on security. >> diplomatic security. >> they didn't have like an american force like a marine attachment. they did it themselves. >> so, what did you tell them?
>> me and my blunt nuz, in you get attacked, you're going to die. if you need us, just call us, we'll come get you. >> what's your reaction when you hear the ambassador's coming to benghazi on september 10th, september 11th of all days. >> thinking there's only five guys to protect him. >> so, 9/11 comes. pretty routine day. during the day. normal day just doing normal task stuff. task organization stuff. >> you had to move. late in the afternoon. went out to meet some people for dinner. normal night. town looked normal. nothing lthat looked normal tha any other day. there was no whisper that this was a major problem in benghazi. >> didn't know about a video until i got to germany. no idea about any video. no, sir. >> so, how do you hear
it was 9:32 when i got the call, first got the call on the radio and i remember, i looked at my watch. it was 9:32 when i got the call on the radio that said, hey, we need jrs. >>t? what is is that? >> global response staff. >> i looked at dvm, said, hey, something's going on. we're going to do something tonight. started moving to our team room. >> where were you? >> myself and jack were in building d. just getting undressed, getting ready to go to bed. >> i meet tl about halfway. i said, hey, what's happening? he goes the consulate center attacked. you could start hearinghe the fire, the actual concentration of fire and some explosions. >> it washa a relatively quiet night in benghazi and by 9:00, the sevenig americans in the compound wereas settling down f the night. you've got the ambassador in his room writing in his diary. sean smith,wi the communication expert onlinefi talking with a friend. you've got five diplomatic
security agents, somewhere around 30 or 40 minutes later. men stream on to the compound, chanting in arabic, shooting off their guns. almost instantly, they had overrun the incompound. the militia men just flee. now, you're ready to go. >> five mince, we're ready. thumbs up, we're ready. >> then what happens? >> i i went to the tl and said, hey, we're ready. bob t looks right through me an looks at thegh team leader and goes,d you guys need to wait. he's on the phone talking to somebody. i assumed they were trying to coordinate us to link upo with 7 february, the local militia. w staying on the front porch and i just said we need to get over there. we're losing the initiative. bob s said stabd down, you needo
wait. >> starting to get calls from the state department guys, we're taking fire. we need you guys here, we need help. what the hell's going on. why are we waiting? >> ambassador stevens and smith were forced to take refuge inside the safe haven. with them is scott, a security agent charged with protecting the ambassador. they hide behind a locked gate. wickland waits in the shadows with a rifle ready to shoot anyone who tries to enter. the attackers can't get in.ac use nearby diesel fuel to set the villa on fire. >> from beginning to when you're ready to go, thumbs t up, you'r ready to go out to the time when you actually pull out. what's that time? >> close to 25 minutes. to rob, i said, hey, we need to go.g and got the wait again. and i got in the car, told the tl, get in the backseat and
looked at rone, gave me a thumb's up, i gave him a thumb's up ands. we left. >> you guys did that pretty much on your own. >> we were never given okay to go. the final straw for us to go,w t least my opinion and how i felt were one of the ds agents said they're starting to light the buildings on fire. you guys need to get here. >> a number of people including the house intelligence committee, they insist no one was hindered from responding to the situation at the compound. committee's wording was quote, there was no stand down order given. to american personnel attempting toat offer assistance that in evening. what do you say to that? >> it happened onou the ground. i can talk aboutut is what happened on the ground that night. to us, to myself twice. and to tig once. it happened that night. we were told toou wait and stan down. delayed threei times. >> you asked for support.
>> after i was leaving, i said, well, get us an isr, a drone and specter -- >> so, the drone would have given you eyes above and the ac 130 -- >> support, protection. >> fire power. >> exactly.su >> i remember, i still remember, gives me kind >> still remember, gives me kind of chills. it says they're lighting the buildings on fire, if you guys do not get here, we are going to die. >> scott wickland leads ambassador stooechbt and sean smith to a spot in the bathroom. the window is barred and smoke billows into the area. he hopes to get them to a nearby bedroom which has a window that can be opened from the inside.
he says follow me. and crawls toward the spot. it's dark and smokey, but he makes it to the window. he opens it an drops out. only then does he realize stevens and smith haven't followed. he goes back in several times. but can't find them. finally, exhausted and choking, he climbs through the roof and radios alec henderson and dave, two security -- are missing. now, tig, you and jack and rone are going to the front gate and it's open? >> when i was standing right here, land cruiser came from this direction. i thought it was like bad guys stealing the land cruiser, so i drew down by weapon, then saw ds guys are actually driving it. that's when i heard hey, we can't find the ambassador.
so started moving towards the front porch and that's when they were pulling sean's body out of the window. >> but the ambassador is still lost. >> still lost. >> you and tyrone wood, rone, go into the building. one of many times, but go in and there was a moment there. >> he was saying hey, i can't find my way out. come to my voice, but he almost made another right into where the like i think it was a dining room just engulfed in flames. i reached out, grabbed him, said this way. just went out and coughed up a couple of lungs. >> you're back here. with db. >> yes, one o f the libyan guards of the back. goes, mista, mista, open the gate. i said when you come through this gate, you close it, you lock it and i move forward and as i find later, he didn't do
that. we paid if r it down the road. >> been there for a while now. can't find the ambassador. been there multiple times, then you hear gunfire from outside the compound, then rocket propelled grenades. >> a big explosion. bam. where does it hit? >> in this area. on the other side of where we were out. another explosion goes off, coming from the gate that was left open. i just start returning fire. >> that was inside the safe haven. that's when i heard the expel i explosion and gun fire. i moved from here over to here crouched down. the same time a guy with arpg moved into the view of the gate. he was coming up here, shooting, run away. just as he was shooting, i shot him. everything stopped. >> so, you guys get together. you give up the search for the
ambassador? >> he made the call, we had done everything that tig had been in that house, jack had been in that house so many times. the state department guys have now left the compound. they were gone, on their way back to ours. >> rone tells them, take a left and in the confusion of the counterattack, they take a right. >> i said so myself, now, i can't say what i said to myself on camera, but it was damn knuckle heads. knuckleheads. >> now we're holding a piece of property that now, we're holding a piece of property, that's nobody else on. >> just comes over the radio, saying everybody get down, we're getting out of here. here. phil!
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while they were jogging up, rone calls me on the cell phone, tells me youp need to get back to base and just stay away from the consulate. she's trying to say her good-byes. and i'm like, we need to go now. and -- like any good case officer, she's trying to gather information, i look add her, said you're in my world, now, you need to get quiet. let me do what i need to do.
>> you have been back on the compound for a while. you said before you felt like you wanted to be with your team. but you also knew you had a job to do there. >> i knew i was the only one, we had two sight security officers. they were a great help. but from the gr's side, i was the one that was there. >> the guys come back, first, the armored car came up. >> i could hear when they were leave iing, they announced it o the radio. and knew where they were at just from the direction and then they're calling as they're coming in, coming in hot. which means they're coming in fast. have the gate open. you hear that. the sound of the tires just you know, they're on rug slots, but you still thaer that sound coming through. both sides in the front windshield, well shot up.
you could see the look an their face, scott got out, he looked, still blocked almost from head to toe. i told him to get inside, get some medical help. i told him to get up on various buildings and we had one get up on each side and i had one up on this building. they knew where they needed to go. so, each one of them went to their pre position. preplanned positions. jack is up on this roof. rooms up here. or tom and db are here. take it over in this corner. i'm over here. >> you guys are exhausted. >> some probably had smoke inhalation and you're preparing
maybe for another fight. >> just gut feeling we're going to get attacked and my adrenaline went back up. >> showed up, started hearing tires screeching over in this area and we started asking over the radio to the tl, you know, if that 17 is coming over to assist us and then the response was they're not sure. so, we immediately assume that anything that's coming in is coming in that are bad guys. >> i asked the status of the specter gun ship and came across the radio. >> i was expecting some kind of air support. i guess the bad guys down. >> that would have been nice. i want to put this back up here, just so you can describe what's outside the annex that you're most concerned about. >> stockyards.
this is very, lot of concealm t concealmen concealments, lot of bushes and small trees in this area and this is what we call zombie land. right at this intersection. >> starting to stage here. here, this whole area, it's just a big open parking lot. here's the house that you're seeing people start to go into. they can come into here, it gives them access to our -- >> so, you're watching these cars and the people going into this house that you don't really know if it's bad guys or not and what's the engagement? wait until they fire on you? >> wait until we see action from them that specifies attacking us. we're going to attack us, i'm not going to wait to get hit before i hit back. we start seeing movement coming from this direction. through the vision goggles.
the caveat here is this house, kids in here that would come and pester us every once in a while. i don't want to shoot somebody that doesn't have it coming to them and definitely don't want to shoot a child. they were just starting to move up on us and db says i got movement. >> are you glazing them? zpl oh, yeah, i've got my laser and i am laziing targets. people i see, on the radio, said you see what i'm saying? >> now, can they see it? >> no, only the night people. >> at this point, when they're moving up, in my mind, they're getting ready. we're going to engage them, just let them get as close as possible and take them out. first thing they fire, rpg and it went flying over the compound. db's head. >> bringing a water to, i got right about here about the corner.
so, it goes off. >> to me, it was just, okay, it's on and just started fighting. started lighting them up. just shooting targets. >> fire fight starts. what does that look like? >> gorgeous, awesome. >> with the lasers dancing back and forth from target to target. you see three, four sets of lasers just bouncing back and forth taking up targets and you'll see a flash of light, which is the enemy shooting at you and hearing the rounds going past your head and you're just really engaging in spots. >> anybody take a hit? >> yeah, me and tig were up in this corner and they were trying to shoot out the lights and secondary from one of the rounds hitting the wall. cut me across the top, bridge of the nose.
>> so, you pushed back. obviously took down a lot of people. it stops. >> to me, it's how i explain it. all right, good deal. moral goes up. i think we can all feel it. it still wasn't over. we're going to see our defenses and they're going to be coming back. there was a big break there. >> two hours. at what point did you hear about ambassador stevens? >> there was a ds agent and he got a phone call and that's how we found out that he was at the hospital. >> by 1:00 a.m., local looters and curiosity seekers had entered the consulate grounds and infiltrated the safe haven. six apparently good samaritans come across an unreassponsive m.
he's worked on before being declared dead. they have scott's phone, which had been given to ambassador stevens during the attack. calling wickland's stored numbers, someone gets to the american embassy in tripoli and says a man has been found and he's dead. the caller provides a description. matching ambassador chris stevens. >> there's a car pulls up and >> there's the car pulls up and parks right here. a guy comes around from the side of the car. and he's reaching like he's throwing something. and right as he brings his arm back to throw, i engage him. i move and shoot him two to three times. he goes down and whatever he threw landed just short of our back gate and exploded. which then engaged again and was the signal. >> this was bigger.
and it was larger force coming through. i mean, i'd say 20 cars. >> again, just -- taking him out. >> like ducks in a row at a shooting gallery. hit one guy in the head and drop him. >> it's a burst of fire. >> they were kind of spraying. just constantly spraying. we were going controlled bursts. it's not the movies. you don't flip it on full and go after it because you can't hit anything. you're aiming. a single shot. you're shooting, shooting, shooting until they turn and run. so, you've taken fire, r p pgs. are you worried something heavier's coming? zpl after the second, yes. >> you're waiting for a third. >> waiting for something bigger. plaque psoriasis...
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been sitting up there talking because we both had young kids. >> rone had extended, but looking with authority. >> because he wanted to get to see his baby. had twins. >> every day and two or three times a day, we would skype and send photos and videos of the twins when i was expecting a phone call and didn't get one, that's when i would start to worry a little bit. >> we always e-mailed or talked on the phone and he would always call around 3:00, 4:00 p.m., our time, always. if he didn't, i knew why. >> we'd talk every day when time would allow and most often, the same time every day. if he didn't call me, you know,
at the time he was supposed to call me, i would begin to worry. >> it's one of the reasons i'm fighting. it's one of the reasons i'm doing what i do. not only for the people here, for the family back home, but primarily, you're thinking about the team. they're family. we're all family now. we're all brothers and that's the way it is. you're thinking of this family here as much that family there. >> most of the people are staged here and so i ended up on top of the command center in building c had with rone at this point. more cars come by. what happens now? >> we don't know what they're doing. guys lost, still trying to probe us. >> there's a guy with a cell phone. >> yeah. just walked up, cell phone and walked back. and he was getting gps coordinates with his phone. >> again, just another thing, i want to shoot him, but is he swrus some guy taking a walk?
weird things are still happening. we're trying to think moral's up, we're out of this. we're good. them off again. i was expecting, you know, more i was expecting more cars. it was actually the first was quite small. honestly, just happy to see him. three of the guys i had worked with before, so i recognized them off the bat. >> including again. >> yeah. >> connection with rone. with jack. and you had worked -- >> just done a trip in tripoli before benghazi. i just knew bug from contracting. >> so, they come in, they go to building c. and you guys are still kind of waiting. >> the aircraft they had wasn't big enough to take us all back. so, they were going to take the nonshooting personnel and get them out. >> to the airport. >> we were going to stay there and hold the alamo.
>> literally. >> i think they probably had been there about an hour. we were talking about that, wondering what's taken so long, why aren't we getting out of here. the sun was starting to come up, but better be ready for another attack because this is when it's going to come. it was about that time that glenn come up on the roof. >> got the ladder. >> come over and was talking to rone and rone had introduced me to bug. i had never worked with him before. said bug's a sniper. well hopefully, we ain't going to need you, but i'm glad to have another shooter up here. glenn, bug turned and was walking back towards the front of the building an almost immediately, a mortar come in and landed on top of the wall right there. what i heard it and i didn't know i heard it, basically sounded like when a rocket goes off. small arms fire started coming
from this direction. rone had a machine gun and he stood in probably like a three quarter cross position and just started laying down hay. through this avenue of approach from here. i started to engage with him. i ran out of ammo. knelt down, changed magazines and right as i'm coming up and i start to reengage, another mortar hits. almost to the center of the building here. and that one, it knocked me back and that's what hit rone. rone was standing to my left. i got knocked back and as i stood back up, i saw him out of the corner of my eye and he was in a fetal position in the corner right here. i stand up and try to reengage with my rifle and i bring my hand up and from here down is hanging off at a 90 degree angle. >> your hand is just hanging. >> yeah.
i just keep trying to bring it up and it won't stay. can't make it work and that's when the second round hit. that's when i saw bug go down about right here. i wasn't sure if he was hit or just taking cover. and then i turned back and again try to engage and get my hand to come up and a third round hits in the same vicinity and at that point, i just felt like i got stung by a thousand bees up and down my side. i figure i better get to some cover now in case another one comes and the whole night went quiet after that. >> tough to talk about? >> yeah. yeah, just a little. but you know, it's what has to be done. i mean, you're in a fight. you got to stay in the fight. that's the only thing i could think of. nose down, somebody needs to contain firing.
>> and you see this mortar attack. what are you doing? >> i'm still, over here on tower three. still covering this area. to me, it looked like it hit right around here. we have no cover for mortar attacks. even the buildings, i'm surprised one didn't collapse. >> another explosion hits right here. when i heard another thump. that's when i jumped off the tower and moved back. got somewhere under here. and that's when the mortar hit and once that hit, it just, it was pitch-black and dead quiet. jack came over and said, hey, man, there's no movement and that's when i sprinted to the ladder and then just kind of skivvied up as fast as i could, jufred over the pit and that's when i saw dave off to my left.
looked like somebody in the center, then a couple of other people over here, but still a lot of smoke. smoke was still up there from just the debris kind of settling down and so, i moved over to dave. i find a tourniquet because dave's leg was frit much severed off. just barely hanging on by a thread and same with his arm. >> so, got the tourniquets on him. called back on the radio, hey, i need help up here. i need help. i heard noise, so i moved over to where the noise was and it was -- >> i was trying to get a tourniquet out to put on myself -- >> your hand is still flopped out. >> just tryinging to fix my arm. just kept grabbing it, trying to put it back in place and -- >> just sitting there hey, check this out and his arm, dude, stop. you're going to make it worse. >> so, i -- had his tourniquet,
reached down, grabbed it, threw it on him. >> he asked me if i could get down or to the lad e, yeah, i'm going to have to because i knew there was others that were down. >> you're pretty banged up. >> just a little by. got hit in the chest, up and down my side. hit in the throat. and i guess i'll have to and so, i hooked my top arm around the top rung of the ladder and just climbed over and was concentrating on thinking if i fall now, i'm going to break my neck and die and that's the last thing i want to do, so, just concentrating on getting my feet on the raungd sure enough, i slip and i caught myself and pulled myself back up. got down and then was able to inch my way down the ladder. >> after it got eyes up and moving, went straight wback to rone. he was still in in the fetal
position. i rolled him over. there was no response. i ripped off his body armor. and tried you know, got his bat off, took a pulse. couldn't feel nothing. got the flashlight, shining in his eyes, no pupil movements, no dilation. put my ear to his chest, tried to see if his chest was going up and down or if i could hear a heart beat, there was nothing, so i left him, went to the other guy, so i did pretty much the same exact thing. checked him. ripped off his body armor. there was nothing. >> when you realize they're dead, what do you do? >> well, i just kind of said a prayer over each both of them. >> quote is god watch over him, guide him to where he needs to be. take care of his family.
>> so, after that, i kind of, the d boys the whole time, they just want to get everybody off the roof and i when i was doing the prayer, i just ignored them. gathered up everybody's weapons left. >> got to get the bodies off the roof. it's tough. the d boys, pick ed the bodies p and dumped them over the side of the roof. maybe that's not the right description, but they took them. got them off the roof the most expedient manner, just throwing them over the edge of the roof.
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turned on the news and there it was, you know, four americans had been dead and two were unidentified. i'm like, you know, he hasn't to identify him. i'm like, you know, he hasn't called me. i tried text iing him. i tried calling him. you know, began to cry and just hit my knees and prayed. >> in past experiences, if i start panicking right away, i just get myself worked up, so i just tried no not worry about it. i thought well, i'll hear from him in the morning or the next
inky. >> there was a ticker on the bottom of whatever news channel it was and it said something to the effect that there was an attack on the annex in benghazi. and my heart dropped. and i'm like, gosh, how am i going to tell the kids? that was my first reaction. >> take you to when the bigger >> take you to when the bigger convoy arrives. they finally get there. it's like 50 cars. there's technicals, which are the big mounted machine guns. >> it was a mean convoy. remember the first vehicle coming in. i had my gun on. eyes on. and i just reached my hand off with my offhand. i went like this and he reached out the car and did, a big smile. one thing we've learned on these
jobs, you have to learn how to read people. >> is there a part of you guys that looked at the convoy and said where was that before is this. >> yes. i did. where the hell were these guys? where were they? >> exactly. >> you get everybody mounted up. driving to the airport. this massive convoy, still probably worried about attacks on the way. >> sure. you get there and there's another confrontation. >> between the militia. our militia and then whoever militia was controlling the airport. and we're the bigger militia, so we got through. >> you have a smaller airplane. it's not exactly big for everybody. load you guys up. >> started pulling me off. i walked into benghazi, i'm going to walk out of here. there's still blood dripping down by arm and the, because it was a private jet.
. >> they're going to wait? >> yes. >> and that is. >> yes. >> i didn't answer on the first ring i wasn't sure who this c >> so it's going to be him? or some, you know, representative, informing me of what happened. and i took a deep breath and said okay. and i love you. and i probably didn't sleep much. >> it was brief. he said i'm okay. everything is okay. and hung up. so it was -- super quick. >> finally, about 5:00 in the afternoon. and we're, they'd called and said he'd arrived there and
like, i can breathe. >> would you do it over again? >> yes. definitely. ride be there. >> that is just the way we are. you know? >> how often do you get back to these 13 hours? >> every day, you think about it. every day. >> do you mean i'm reminded every time i go to grab something. >> because of your hand? >> yes. i don't have full use of it. probably never will have full use of it. but it is a reminder. reminds me of the honor of fighting those guys, and very
few times to get to form a bond like this. and most of the time, it's done in situations that suffer. and thus, you know, i wouldn't give up up. >> when you see the back and forth that happened over the two years what do you think? >> about the political battle? >> we're rangers and will always be. so i can't speak for why a politician did this or that. all i can speak for is what we did. >> i gave you that 30 minutes back and air power. would ambassador stevens and
sean smith be alive today? >> yes. they would still be alive. >> i think there is a lot of things could have been different. if we had air support. >> you know, they would be more of that. >> would this have improved our chances? oh, heck i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital after a dvt blood clot. what about my family? my li'l buddy? and what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital but i wondered if this was the right treatment for me. then my doctor told me about eliquis. eliquis treats dvt and pe blood clots
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want you to go fight bad guys anymore. granted, i still miss the guys and miss going overseas. every night i get to kiss my kids. >> is that fun? >> yes. >> do you want to do it again? >> not having any thumb, that is hard. it's very difficult to pick things up. it's one of the things you don't think about until you don't have it anymore. >> do you like the red one? do you want me to hold your
hi, over, and good morning. >> today is saturday, 2015. i'm anna kooiman. an extreme weather alert. after hurricane patricia makes landfall as a category 5 hurricane. the storm now setting its sights on rain-soaked texas. millions in the state getting slammed by storms and mortar religion rain is on the way. we have live team coverage straight ahead. then ben carson is leading trump in the state of iowa on top of two polls. trump firing back. >> ben carson is super low energy, right? he is super low. super low energy. >> >> not just low but super