SEALs: The US Navy’s Elite Fighting Force written by Mir Bahmanyar and Chris Osman is a brilliant and uncompromising glimpse into the Navy’s elite special forces known as the Navy SEALs. Since its release, SEALs: The US Navy’s Elite Fighting Force has received critical acclaim from various outlets and literary critics from around the world.
Master Chief Thomas Keith, who describes himself as a “Navy brat” has written what is considered by many to be the greatest memoir ever written by a Navy SEAL. In his memoir titled, “Death In The Dark: Vietnam 1968-1972,” Master Chief Thomas Keith chronicles his career path as he aspired to become a Navy SEAL.
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.
Perhaps one of the most important aspects in preparing for BUD/S Training is mental preparation. Many candidates will focus on the physical aspect of pre-training, believing that they must be more physically strong and prepared than mentally strong. However, the majority of individuals who have endured BUD/S Training will tell you that mental preparation is just as important if not more important than physical preparation.
Gary Smith is a now retired Navy SEAL who spent five tours in Vietnam. During his time in Vietnam he experienced great battles and great boredom. All of which he has brilliantly relived in three unique and well written novels available at all major bookstores. These books are: Death in the Jungle, Death in the Delta, and Master Chief.
The Navy SEAL ASVAB Test – short for Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Test – are administered by the US Military Entrance Processing Command to candidates who wish to enlist with the Navy SEALs. The ASVAB Test is a multiple choice test that covers many topics considered necessary knowledge for Navy SEALs. The test is [...]