Two ex-members of SEAL Team Six, the group of highly trained soldiers that killed Osama bin Laden, have been profiting off their role in the mission since leaving the military. Matt Bissonnette, who wrote a bestseller under a pseudonym about shooting the terror leader, is set to publish his second book about being a Navy SEAL. Rob O’Neill is the unnamed “shooter” who was credited in numerous magazine articles with firing the fatal shots, and according to two SEAL sources, will be presented again as the “shooter” in a Fox News interview that airs later this month. Neither man is the SEAL who was first up the stairs at bin Laden’s compound and fired the first shot at him, NBC News reported. Their varying accounts reveal a sign of discord in a once tight-knit band of warriors as former members violate their code of secrecy in exchange for the spotlight. Click through for more from NBCNews.com.