Video of a suspected terror attack in Kenya may have captured a US Navy SEAL on a secretive mission.
T-Shirts Honor Fallen Navy SEAL
Wearing sunglasses and a sleeveless shirt, a cigar hanging from his mouth and a huge gun in his hands, Chief Petty Officer Charles Keating IV looks like a Hollywood action star. Although the photograph itself was taken as a joke, it’s now an iconic image on the back of a T-Shirt, helping to raising money for two charities in Keating’s name. Keating died on May 3, after taking direct fire during an ISIS-led siege in Iraq. The shirts surfaced at his memorial service at the request of family members who asked Keating’s friend and clothing company founder Ian Urtnowski to make them and hand them out. All 1,500 shirts disappeared in a flash. A paragraph on the URT clothing company website explains what happened next: “After talking to Chuck's closest family, we have decided to make the shirt available for purchase. The proceeds from the shirt will benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation and Charlie's favorite non-profit organization: One More Wave Surf Corp. 1MW's purpose is to make custom boards and wetsuits for veterans who have been wounded in combat. It is what Chuck would've wanted.”