Posts tagged ‘NavySeals’

With the holidays approaching, our thoughts turn to spending time with family and friends wherever they may be. Most people can simply hop in the car, board a plane, catch a train, or even walk down the street to see their loved ones. But what if your loved ones are on the other side of […]

As a third-generation military veteran, I have seen my fair share of service members performing their duties under volatile, emotionally-charged, extreme circumstances. I’ve heard stories from brave men and women in situations that most of us would only see in movies or hear about on the news. Even in my own family, there are tales […]

We are very excited to have Laurel joining our team as a guest blogger. Having a military background, she definitely has a lot of interesting and inspiring stories to share with us. You too can become our guest blogger! Submit your story The military has been a part of my life for so long, I […]

Remembering John F. Kennedy

November 23rd, 2009

One cannot look back at the beginnings of the Navy SEALs without thinking of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy. It was under his presidency when the Navy SEALs actually came into being, despite the fact that the SEALs can trace their “ancestry” to teams who fought as far back as the Second World War. […]

Ankle sprains happen to anyone. They may simply result from overworking the feet and lower legs. Anyone aspiring to become part of the Navy SEAL must learn how to prevent and treat these situations. An ankle sprain is a hindrance to the Basic Underwater Demolition or BUD/S Training. A mild attack may be healed in […]

The Navy SWCC is not as exposed as the Navy SEAL but recruits are required to undergo rigid training. In fact, the qualification training is held for 26 weeks. This is to prepare them for their tasks of operating and maintaining Navy SEAL war boats for amphibious missions. Extensive fitness training is required for aspirants […]