Navy SEAL Combat Swim

The Combat Swimmer Stroke is a relaxing and super efficient swim stroke that is an updated version of the traditional sidestroke. Watch the following videos for a full demonstration.



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There are several military swimming-related tests most military members must be able to pass. Usually, these tests are either performed at the various military indoctrination training programs throughout the branches or in advanced training such as that performed in special forces. However, in the Navy and Coast Guard the swim test is part of the physical testing members receive bi-annually, usually a 500m or 12:00 swim test.

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- Passing Military Swimming Tests
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- Swimming With Fins
- Swimming Without Water
- The Combat Swimmer Stroke

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- USCG D.O.G.s Training
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