A retired Air Force general who served as the deputy director of intelligence for U.S. forces in Africa said that the military "may have" been able to save the four Americans killed in the Benghazi, Libya, terrorist attacks, but they deferred to the State Department, which never asked for a rescue.
"We may have been able to, but we'll never know," retired Brigadier General Robert Lovell, former Deputy Director for Intelligence for the U.S. African Command, replied when asked if U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and the other three Americans killed in Benghazi could have been saved.
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