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Thanks To Our Heroes Shot Down In The CH-47 In August 2011

Thanks to Scott Taylor, candidate for the U.S. Senate of Virginia for below reminder. "Hard to believe eight years have now passed since that fateful day, which will be forever etched in the fabric of my mind, my heart and my soul. They went forward on behalf of our flag, for the love of their…

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The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday…Really?

It’s true. I have a room key at the famed Hotel Del Coronado. I’m actually a guest here. Yes, the same Hotel Del Coronado made famous by Marilyn Monroe. And the same Silver Strand beach that Navy SEAL wannabes run up and down almost every day or until they drop. Hi, my name is Larry…

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Another Navy SEAL Awarded Medal of Honor

Navy SEAL Receives Medal of Honor for Afghanistan Actions in 2002 WASHINGTON -- Sitting in the White House reading the citation for the Medal of Honor doesn’t give the real flavor of why retired Navy Master Chief Petty Officer and special warfare operator Britt K. Slabinski is receiving the award. Official portrait of retired Navy…

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Basics of Navy SEAL Missions

 The Navy SEALs stands for Sea, Air, and Land.  No matter where they are needed, the NAVY SEAL will get there.  They aren’t limited to a certain area of expertise.  They are constantly training for the success of missions that can’t be completed by anyone else.  The Navy SEALs are more than the high profile…

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How Will You Celebrate Memorial Day?

I’d like to share with you the official description of Memorial Day and how it came to be. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. Over two dozen cities and towns claim to be the birthplace of Memorial…

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Navy Parachute Team: Leap Frogs

Leap Frogs, the Navy parachute team, spends most of its time traveling throughout the United States to conduct mesmerizing stunts. The team, which is based in San Diego, consists of Navy SEALs and other members of the Special Warfare Commandos (SWCC). Purpose of the Leap Frogs The Leap Frogs essentially acts as a Navy recruitment…

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Get College Credit Hours With Navy SEAL Training

Many Navy Seals have college degrees. One way that paves the road for them is getting credits for their military service. The American Council on Education is considered one of the most influential and visible association for higher education. The ACE represents the degree-granting institutions, which are inclusive of the four year and the two…

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BUD/S Training Navy SEALs Forgotten Questions

Time and time again, the same Navy SEALs questions are brought to the forefront. What are the age requirements? Can women join the SEALs? How can I get started? These are the common questions that are often times asked by those interested in becoming a SEAL in the near future. Of course, there are other…

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Worth Remembering Navy SEAL Adam Brown

Pulse-pounding. That's the best I can explain my feelings this morning after finishing reading 'Fearless' last night. A book authored by Eric Blehm reflecting the story of Adam Brown while serving on Seal Team Six. The cover of this book reads, "The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown",…

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A Shinning Moment In Time: Commander Chris Cassidy

Some people are just blessed and this would certainly include Commander Chris Cassidy of York, Maine. Commander Cassidy is an unobtrusive, easy going, humble young man who is headed into outer space as the world's second Navy SEAL to ever launch out of the Earth's atmosphere, following in the legendary footsteps of Capt. William Shepherd,…

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