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.
David Goggins is one of the most recognized names when it comes to Navy SEALs. Goggins graduated with Class 235 after completing BUD/S Training. As a member of SEAL Team FIVE located in California, Goggins has had multiple deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He has also served as an instructor in both close quarters combat and in land warfare.
Of all the military units of the United States, the Navy SEALs are the most elite of the groups falling under the US Special Operations Forces. They are known for completing missions at all costs, no matter how dangerous or complicated they may be. This is a special trait that they share with other commando [...]
Among the skills that Navy SEALs must learn are parachuting and rappelling. These two skills are required to be learned and mastered by all Navy SEALs. Additionally, they will be required throughout their years of service to constantly take part in parachuting and rappelling exercises in order to further train and make all Navy SEALs comfortable with these skills.
About the same time last year, we received the terrible news about the death of Special Warfare Operator Senior Chief Thomas Valentine. The decorated Navy SEAL, who has earned three Bronze Stars with the V device, two Joint Service Commendation Medals, and three Navy and Marine Corps Commendation during his almost 2 decades of service, [...]