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Thirty armored cars carrying more than 100 special forces and commandos crossed the frontier late Thursday, the report said.
Officials told The Associated Press that U.S. commandos captured the man in Libya and are transporting him back to the U.S.
Going commando does have one health downside to consider.
Colonel Catelain, formerly chief of the French mountain commandos, lost both of his legs in Afghanistan and competed at both the London and Orlando Invictus Games.
American commandos captured Mustafa al-Imam this weekend near Misurata, Libya.
The officials said the commandos, who were Green Berets, were likely attacked by al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb militants.
Her husband is Colonel Lauren Catelain, the former chief of the French mountain commandos.
The attack occurred on Oct. 4 when the commandos were on a joint patrol near the Mali border about 120 miles north of Niamey, Niger's capital.
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