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What Are Navy SEALs 2019 Regular and Extra Pay Plus Benefits?

If you’re a Navy SEAL—or even a prospective SEAL who’s checking out career options— you’ll want to know what effect being a SEAL has on your pay scale, versus that of a regular service member. After all, if you make it into the SEALs (and not many do), you’ll be the front line of our…

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What You Must Know When Transitioning

Contributed By LaQuan Daniel for NavySeal.com Transitioning Service members know Your Numbers If you have served in the U.S. Military, then you and your family are accustomed to a certain financial lifestyle, amenities and accommodations. These luxuries if you will can come in the form of reimbursement for moving expenses, basic allowance for housing, food…

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The Navy SEAL Creed Worth Living Always

In times of war and uncertainty there is a special breed of Warrior ready to answer our Nation’s call. A common man with uncommon desires forged by adversity he stands alongside America’s finest Special Operation Forces to serve his Country, the American people, and protect their Way of Life. I am that Man! My Trident…

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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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The Payoff from 24 Weeks of Hell On Coronado Beach

The following article written by by Donna Miles, American Forces Press Service. CORONADO, Calif., As Navy Secretary Donald C. Winter last week praised Navy SEALS as “the ultimate warriors,” officials at the Naval Special Warfare Center here said they’re holding fiercely to stringent training standards as they strive to produce more of the elite special…

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The New SEAL?

The legendary toughness of the Navy's SEAL teams was on display as the general in charge of U.S. Special Operations Command addressed the 57 sailors graduating from SEAL Qualification Training Class 322 in Coronado, Calif. Socom Commander Army Gen. Richard Clarke opened his Aug. 2 address noting he felt fortunate to be addressing the graduating…

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Trump Says To Rescind Medals of Gallagher Prosecutors

The military medals given to the prosecutors of the Navy SEAL, Edward Gallagher, who was recently acquitted of the murder of an Iraq prisoner have been requested to be revoked by President of the United States. Yesterday, the Navy Secretary Richard Spencer ordered seven Navy Achievement Medals and 3 letters of commendation given to the…

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An Intense Interview With Former SEAL Commander

I recently had the opportunity to sit and listen as a retired Navy SEAL reflected on a long career in the Navy. As he spoke of his early days in Basic Underwater Demolition/Swimming (BUD/S), “hell week,” two tours in Vietnam, and other experiences comprising 23 years as a Navy SEAL, even now after twenty-plus years…

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