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Why Some Men Succeed Navy SEAL Training and Other Men Do Not

It’s no doubt that becoming a Navy SEAL is a tough gig. The extensive training is designed for a reason – not only to ensure that applicants are physically strong, but to weed out those who are mentally weak. Only those who can pass both areas of strenuous tests are able to call themselves a…

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Military Spouse Appreciation Day May 6

(As Announced DOD News) This year's Military Spouse Appreciation Day is May 6. Traditionally, it is the Friday before Mother's Day, building on the idea that 92% of military spouses are female, C. Eddy Mentzer, associate director of military community support programs for the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Community and…

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My Three Days Locked Up With Three Ex-Navy SEALs

(By Denise Clark)  When I announced my intentions to travel several states and meet three ex-Navy SEALs for interviews pertaining to a writing project, friends and family thought I was insane. "Are you crazy?" "What are you thinking? You don't even know them!" Regardless, I can say with certainty that I did not feel uncomfortable…

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Washington State Judge Says No To SEALs

SEALs Unable to Train in Washington Parks Recently, a request was provided to Washington State, asking for permission to use its public parks. Not for traditional recreation, however, but for military training. Due to the diverse nature of the parks – namely, large and cold bodies of water, the space was deemed desirable by SEALs.…

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Some of the Most Famous BUD/S Class Gifts

If you haven’t been through BUD/S training yourself, you may not be familiar with one of their longest-running traditions: class gifts. There is furniture, cut-outs, memorials, mini items, up to 6-foot-statues – all to commemorate trainees and their time spent at BUD/S training. Each of these class gifts have been given to instructors, or rather,…

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With Russia’s Attack On Ukrainian People, China Dire Warnings To The World Not To Aid Taiwan and Now Missile Attacks On U.S. Consulate In Iraq . . . What’s Next?

(Printed  With Permission From USMilitary.com)  We’ve seen it from both sides in this conflict: military build-up and aggression, propaganda, and censorship. And now the full-out invasion (or is that liberation?) of a sovereign state by Russia. The Russian-Ukrainian conflict is characterized by many things. However, we should turn our attention to the leadership (or lack…

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Ukraine’s Hell Week Perseverance After Two Weeks

( DOD News) After two weeks after the beginning of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, DOD officials have noted more than 710 missile launches of all varieties, nearly evenly split from being launched inside Ukraine and from Russia, the official said. "We do believe that around Kharkiv, [the Russians] are reassessed to be just outside the…

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Former South Korean SEAL Goes Rogue in Ukraine

With the threat of Russian involvement in Ukraine, South Korea banned its citizens from traveling there in early February. However, that hasn’t stopped some of their citizens from making their way into the active war zone as volunteer soldiers. Most notably, veteran and YouTuber, Ken Rhee, among others, made their way into the country to…

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