It was a Navy SEALs team that brought down Osama Bin Laden late Sunday night and a local family of a fallen Navy SEAL said they now feel the victory.

32-year-old Neil Roberts was killed after he fell from his chopper in Afghanistan right into a mob of Al-Qaida members. He fought until his death against the leader who Navy SEALs have now killed.

His family remembers his fight for this country.

"He's looking down and saying that's one, now let's go get the rest of them, 'cause this war ain't over," said Steve Page, his brother-in-law.

"I knew eventually that they would do the job they were there to do," said mother-in-law, Carrie Page

In a letter Neil Roberts left to his wife in the event of his death, he said, "Although I sacrificed personal freedom and many other things, I got just as much as I gave."