Pete Wikul, the longest serving Navy SEAL in American History officially retired on September 25, 2009. Wikul had previously held the title of “Bull Frog.” This title recognizes an individual who carries the largest amount of cumulative service once they have completed BUD/S Training. This title is given to this individual regardless of rank.
One thing is for certain when it comes to Navy SEALs training. A person who undergoes this variety of training will gain exceedingly great leadership skills. Leadership skills in training to become a Navy SEAL can also be used in other aspects of ones life and career.
Herein, you will discover some of the specific duties that are assigned to the United States Navy SEALs. This is just a brief and simplistic look at some of the special missions and mission types that Navy SEALs may be assigned to. Additionally, you can discover general information on pay for Navy SEALs herein.
Randy Hetrick, a former Navy SEAL, has seen his fair share of battles and endured his fair share missions over the course of his career. During his various deployments he always tried to come up with creative and effective manners in which him and his men could continually stay in shape. While in Southeast Asia a simple idea occurred to Hetrick. Taking some parachute webbing Hetrick devised a device that relied on body weight. A device which him and his men used to do presses, curls, and flys.
In the last four articles of this series, “Five Knots Of The Navy SEALs” we have covered the following knots: the square knot (reef knot), the bowline knot, the clove hitch, and the right-angle knot. In the final entry in this series we will be covering how to tie what is known as the becket bend knot.
In past articles in this series we covered how to tie a square knot, a bowline knot, and a clove hitch knot. The fourth knot to be covered in the “Five Knots Of The Navy SEALs” series is the “right angle knot”. This knot is very basic and if you know how to tie the clove hitch then you already know how to tie the right-angle knot.