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 [...]
When Navy SEALs are on a ground mission they use a variety of equipment to assist them in getting the job done quickly, efficiently, and safely. Herein, you will discover the most common land equipment that Navy SEALs will use apart from ground vehicles.
Navy SEALs: The Untold Stories is a unique and addictive film created by the Learning Channel. This popular series features well acted and directed reenactments of 3 engagements in history that involved the United States Navy SEALs. These engagements include: Grenada (1983), Somalia (1991) and Panama (1989).
Abbreviations are used by all branches of the United States Military. They use abbreviations to provide information at a much more rapid pace and to save time when giving orders or describing plans of action. Below you will find a list of the most used abbreviations relied on by the Navy. Additionally, many of these abbreviations are used by the United States Navy SEALs.
All Navy SEALs must have the proper gear, clothing, and weapons necessary in order to carry out their missions. If a Navy SEAL were not to wear the gear and equipment that is specific and built for the climate and terrain of the location they are carrying out a mission, they could put themselves and their platoon in jeopardy. Therefore, all Navy SEALs must familiarize themselves with the many tools at their disposal.
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