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So ... you want to join the Navy SEALs? Or maybe you just want to achieve the level of fitness associated with Navy SEALs .... either way, you will find info here which will help you achieve your goal!
US Navy SEAL Teams are amongst the finest Special Forces units on the planet ... and their training standards are fearsome! To be part of an elite unit like this requires incredible dedication ... only the truly strong (in body and mind) can pass the Navy SEALs training process.
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The Navy SEALs
From the SEA, from the AIR, from the LAND -- the U.S. Navy's SEA,AIR,LAND (SEAL) Teams were formed in 1962 by President J. F. Kennedy as a maritime counterpart to the U.S. Army Special Forces (the men that wear "Green Berets"). The Navy SEALs have amassed a remarkable history of successes and have become legendary in their exploits - both on and off duty.
The Teams have operated in every hellhole known to modern warfare - and come away with many victories, some bruises and a vast history of achievements. Most Navy SEAL missions are unreported and unknown to the general public - and due to focus, dedication and training, hugely successful.
Navy SEALs are trained to operate in small units - one or two men, up to platoon strength of sixteen. They work best in squads of eight or fewer. Most missions are clandestine in nature - planned in excruciating detail and executed with precision and swiftness. During peacetime, Navy SEALs find themselves with the same rigorous training as during war - the belief being that the more you sweat in peacetime, the less you will bleed in war.
Whenever the Commander in Chief needs a no-nonsense, decisive and lethal solution to a foreign policy problem, the U.S. Navy SEALs are the force of choice.
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