The military's elite Navy SEALs are being praised for their successful mission in Pakistan during which Osama bin Laden was tracked down and killed. Now, CBS News Correspondent Lara Logan looks back on a lengthy mission she went on with Navy SEALs in Afghanistan after being granted unprecedented access while reporting for "60 Minutes."
Logan said negotiations with the military for approval for her 2004 mission with the SEALs lasted more than six months because the elite group operates in strict secrecy.
The CBS correspondent's report sheds some light on operations of the elite soldiers during her time with them for nearly a two-month period in southern Afghanistan.
Watch the video to see some of the precision tactics used by the SEALs to find and eliminate some of the world's most elusive terrorists.