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Navy Drag Queen Harpy Daniels Hits Back at Navy SEAL: 'Proud To Serve'

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criticism from a former Navy SEAL who was part of the team that killed Osama bin Laden.Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley, who goes by the stage name Harpy Daniels, received attention online recently after becoming one of five "digital ambassador" for the Navy, a program which a spokesperson said aimed "to reach a wide range of potential candidates as the Navy navigates the most challenging recruiting environment it has faced."Critics have argued that using a drag queen would deter many from joining the Navy, worsening its recruitment problems.

However, Kelley has said that Harpy Daniels represented the diversity in the armed forces that was already there."I'm proud to serve, and I'm proud for the stuff that I've done within the military too," Kelley told NewsNation on Tuesday. "I'm more than just a drag queen.

I have records of awards and accomplishments that I've done myself along with any other service member who's served."During the interview, Kelley was presented with a tweet by Robert J.

O'Neill—who has claimed that he was the SEAL who shot dead bin Laden, though this is disputed—which read: "Alright. The U.S.

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