Don Shipley is a former United States Navy SEAL who runs and operates a unique and powerful training course and website known as: extremesealexperience.com. The objective of this website is to give men who are considering taking part in BUD/S Training, a little taste of what to expect, and also to teach them how to mentally and physically prepare themselves for the experience.
What do Navy SEALs eat when they are away on prolonged missions? Many of them carry what are known as MRE’s or “Meals Ready To Eat”. Nearly all branches of the United States Military use MRE’s. These are simple to use meals that generally come in small packages and don’t need to be stored in specific temperatures.
Becoming a United States Navy SEAL is not an easy task. The training for Navy SEALs is considered by most to be the most enduring and difficult training in the United States Military. However, each and every year more and more men attempt to gain the respect and pride that comes with becoming a Navy SEAL. But even before they can begin their training they must meet some very specific qualifications.
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.
Henry Constance served nearly 20 years with the UDT (Underwater Demolition Team). During this time he spent 3 tours in Vietnam. In his vivid and raw novel: Good to Go: The Life And Times Of A Decorated Member Of The U.s. Navy’s Elite Seal Team Two, Henry Constance reveals the true terrors of war and of being a Navy SEAL.
All soldiers live and die by a code. A code which is instilled in them during training and a code which they carry with them to the day they die. The Navy SEALs are no exception. They have a code which they live and die by. For the Navy SEALs they live and operate by a philosophy.