The Pakistanis let the Chinese see a downed small, fast, zippy, stealthy, operations-type BLACKHAWK helicopter in Pakistan after the Bin Laden raid.
Months later, different members of the same SEAL unit and 7 Afghanis are riding in a large, slow, wallowy, transportations-carrying-type CHINOOK helicopter and get shot down.
And your point was? Elite SEAL units are effective, used lots, and are in harms way more often than the average unit?
Enemy Taliban Spies got a score taking out the Chinook? Not Empirically impossible. The Chinese getting a look at a Blackhawk doesn't logically lead to that outcome, though.
I don't think that reverance or respect for the dead needs the dead to be hidden from sight completely. It is the attitude that you bring, as a witness to a dead body, that matters, not the display and witnessing of a dead body, per se.