According to the New York Post, visitors to the 9/11 Memorial Museum this weekend will be able to see the shirt worn by the US Navy SEAL who killed Osama bin Laden during a raid in Pakistan on May 2, 2011.
The shirt will be identified as one belonging to "a member of the SEAL team," but the Post's sources say that it belonged to the person who fired the fatal shot, a man who has since retired but whose name was never released to the public.
"This shirt is a symbol of the bravery of the US Navy SEAL Team 6, who risked their lives," says Rep. Carolyn Maloney, who arranged for the shirt to be shown in the museum. She told USA Today that she hopes the new addition will "serve as a tangible reminder to all those who visit the museum of the undaunted courage and steely resolve of the American men and women who risk their lives to keep our country safe from harm."
Images of the shirt have not been shared with the public yet, but you can see it for yourself beginning this Sunday.
[via USA Today]