“The Only Easy Day was Yesterday” – Navy SEAL Slogan
SEAL TEAM 1
Devils with green faces, Frogmen
Areas of Operation
A complete Naval commando Unit working with UDT
Clandestine military operations
Central Intelligence Agency’s Special Operations Group (SOG)
In Vietnam War, SEAL Team One recorded 1,000 confirmed kills and almost [...]
One of the elite Special Forces in the world, the US Navy SEALs has their own small black book of abbreviations, which can be quite incomprehensible for civilians. The abbreviations are related to the SEAL programs, courses, type of training, units and platoons, and much more. Here are some of the widely used Navy SEAL [...]
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 [...]
The Navy SEALs were commissioned by President Kennedy. It was his foresight to start a force that could engage in unconventional warfare. Since then there has been no looking back. The Navy SEALs of today are highly proficient and skilled in various tactics of warfare. Here are some of the missions the SEALs started from [...]
US Navy SEALs are split into two groups, Group ONE is based on the West Coast at San Diego, CA under the Pacific Command while Group TWO reside on the East Coast at Virginia Beach, VA under the Atlantic Command.
Current SEAL Teams include 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 & 10 with SEAL Team [...]
Responding to President Kennedy’s desire for the Services to develop an Unconventional Warfare (UW) capability, the U.S. Navy established SEAL Teams ONE and TWO in January of 1962. Formed entirely with personnel from Underwater Demolition Teams, the SEALs mission was to conduct counter guerilla warfare and clandestine operations in maritime and riverine environments.
SEAL involvement in [...]
Here is a summary of US Navy SEALs History Timeline:
* Summer 1941: Training began for units referred to as Amphibious Scouts and Raiders.
* Spring 1943: The first group of volunteers selected from the Naval Construction Battalions (Seabees).
* 1947: The Navy organized its first underwater offensive strike units.
* 1950 June – 1953 June: During the Korean [...]