There is a sense of pride that comes with becoming and serving as a Navy SEAL. There is no denying that Navy SEALs are by and far some of the most trained and well equipped soldiers in the world. In fact, there are many things that set Navy SEALs apart from other types of soldiers in the world.
First and foremost, it should be remarked that all training programs created for soldiers within the United States are rigorous and created to build strong soldiers. However, the training by which the Navy SEALs are governed and must pass are much more strenuous than the training that other military branches must endure.
An estimated 25% of all individuals who go through Navy SEAL training actually pass their training. When it comes to other types of military training, 85% of people who undergo these trainings will pass their training.
However, there are other things that set the Navy SEALs apart from other branches of the military. A Navy SEAL has never been left behind during a mission. This can not be said of all branches of the military. Additionally, a Navy SEAL has never been taken prisoner.
There are just over two-thousands men who make up the Navy SEALs in the United States. This makes the Navy SEALs one of the smallest groups in the military, but also one of the most respected and turned to branches of the military.
These are just a few of the elements that set the Navy SEALs apart from other branches of the military.