Members of the Navy SWCC or the Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen may not enjoy as much of a spotlight as the members of the Navy SEALs, but their job is just as complex and their training is just as tough. Besides, given that their primary function is to operate and maintain the war boats [...]
Ankle sprain is a type of injury that you can sustain when you overwork your feet and lower legs. This injury occurs when one or two ligaments in your ankle are stretched or torn. If you are aspiring to become a Navy SEAL, you need to learn how to prevent and treat ankle [...]
The stress fracture is reported to be the most common type of injury that Navy SEAL wannabes sustain when going through the Basic Underwater Demolitions training, otherwise known as BUD/S. According to the US Navy statistics, around eight percent of SEAL candidates fail to complete the BUD/S training every year because they have sustained [...]
If you are aspiring for a place with the Navy SEALs, you would need to undergo a strenuous training program to improve your physical health and fitness long before you take the qualifying exams for the Navy SEALs. There is a specific fitness training program that you should adhere to when you prepare yourself [...]
Like any other elite defense force in the world, the US Navy SEAL has its own terminology, which can be quite incomprehensible to a civilian. The terminology mostly used by SEALs is related to their training, courses, regimen, day-to-day work, and other aspects of Naval Special Warfare Command. Here are some of the widely used [...]
There are no shortcuts to becoming a US Navy SEAL. The fitness training that the SEALs go through is meant to keep them alive in some of the most hostile environments. The SEAL training emphasizes on different types of aerobic activities as well as other workouts. An integral part of SEAL training is swimming and [...]
Who says being a US Navy SEAL is all about being in war and fighting masked enemy in deep and dark forests? Navy SEALs do have an active social life and they definitely have their share of fun and events. Navy SEALs participate in different types of competitions, challenges, and events including reunions when they [...]
The demands imposed by the rough and tough Navy SEAL training are quite profound. The only way to succeed is by stretching mental and physical strength to its optimum limit. If you are thinking about applying for SEAL training then you need to know that there is one factor that plays an important role – [...]
What makes a US Navy SEAL so fearless, brave, committed, and selfless? The answer lies in the training!
SEAL Platoon Training
After the successful completion of SQT (SEAL qualification training), the men can rejoice for they get their Tridents but the Navy SEALs training is far from over. The final part of the training is to get [...]
After weeks of endurance training, underwater training, land warfare training, exercises, and physical conditioning, the SEAL recruits are almost there – at the finishing school. It is only after the finishing school that a SEAL recruit can be called a US Navy SEAL and can wear his/her trident with pride.
The finishing school consists of different [...]