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Performing for the Special Forces

Want To Be a SEAL?

Performing for the Special Forces Does the thought of jumping out of planes, scuba diving, and backpacking for miles excite you? Judging from the number of e-mails I've received asking about the training of the U.S. Navy SEALS and other Special Forces groups in the military, some of you are intrigued by such professions. Getting accepted into ... more

Navy SWCC Fitness Training

Navy SWCC Fitness Training

Special Warfare Combatant Crewmember Fitness Training The Vietnam era Swift Boats or Brown Water Navy are the forefathers of SWCC. The "Brown Water Navy" is now one of the three components of the Naval Special Warfare Command - SEAL Teams, SEAL Delivery vehicle (SDV) Teams, and Special Boat Units. These high-tech, high-speed boats make up the m... more

Seal Training Via Officer Candidate School

Seal Training Via Officer Candidate School

So you have a college degree and are now thinking about what you want to do with your life? Many attempt to join the military through the Officer Candidate School (OCS) route. There are many opportunities military wide for young college grads seeking to lead in the military, however officer slots for any of the Special Forces units are few and h... more

Navy SEAL Fitness Test

Navy SEAL Fitness Test

Here is the physical fitness test for the Navy SEALS' training program, known as BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEALs). Are you up to it? Navy SEAL PST Standards PST Event Minimum Standards Competitive Standards 500 Yard Swim ... more

BUD/S Warning Order

BUD/S Warning Order

This Warning Order is a course description of BUD/S, Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training. There is some very valuable information in this Warning Order on subjects such as a course description on all three phases of BUD/S, workouts to get you prepared for the physical stresses of BUD/S, and helpful hints on nutrition. The BUD/S Warning Ord... more

Navy Physical Fitness Program

Navy Physical Fitness Program

The Navy's Physical Readiness Tests, which include associated height/weight/body fat measurements, are conducted twice each year for active duty and reservist sailors. It is also tested at boot camp for recruits upon arrival into the Navy.  The test is designed to measure flexibility, muscular endurance and aerobic capacity. The Navy physical f... more

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