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.
When it comes to Navy SEAL methods of travel, there are a variety of sea, air, and land vehicles that they are known to use. Some of the most fascinating and technologically advanced vehicles are the many sea based vehicles that Navy SEALs are known to use. Apart from the SEAL Delivery Vehicle the following sea vehicles are also used: the SOC-R, the RHIB, the CRRC, and the MK V.
The Navy SEALs are very well organized. However, the way in which they are organized and the terminology which is used to describe this organization can be very confusing for those not personally involved. First and foremost, all Navy SEALs are placed in platoons. All platoons include 16 members. Each platoon is comprised of 13 enlisted Navy SEALs, 2 officers, and 1 chief.
here are a variety of vehicles that Navy SEALs use when they are carrying out missions. It is vitally important that all Navy SEALs understand the purpose and intricacies of the vehicles that they may use during their missions. All Navy SEALs are of course given sufficient training with each vehicle that they may be asked to use over the course of their years of service in the Navy SEALs.
It looks like the sun has set for the Advanced SEAL Deliver System (ASDS). The submersible craft was the Navy SEALs’ answer to the need for a vehicle that can transport operatives clandestinely and safely, even in the most frigid of waters. The vehicle provides a dry environment for SEALs to travel in, protecting them [...]