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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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VA Benefits For Navy Spouses

One of the most common questions in the mind of armed force members is whether they can share their GI Bill benefits with their family members. The situation is very clear now after the transferability rules have been explained clearly by the DOD or Department of Defense in June 2009. Eligibility criteria for armed force…

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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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Navy SEALS Run Silent, Run Deep

Navy SEALS Run Silent, Run Deep Many military veterans and civilians are familiar with Hollywood movies about submarine warfare. Movies like "Run Silent, Run Deep", "The Enemy Below", and "Das Boot" have been indelibly carved into the minds and spirits of submariners as well as civilian movie audiences for decades. However, while they are not…

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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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Living On A Navy Budget Not Easy

Keeping your military budget in order is not an easy task even though Navy SEALs earn additional hazardous duty pay. Regardless, even if you are a Navy SEAL and earn more money, you're likely not become the next billionaire while serving your country. So, until then here's a few common sense tips on keeping your…

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Navy SEAL Wives Can Get College Credits

One of the most common questions in the mind of Navy armed force members is whether they can share their GI Bill benefits with their family members. The situation is very clear now after the transferability rules have been explained clearly by the DOD or Department of Defense in June 2009. Eligibility criteria for armed…

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What Navy Veterans Must Know Before Leaving The Military

Captain Nathan B Nelson is a friend and my guest writer today. Nathan is a retired Captain from the United States Air Force who continues to serve the Active duty military and veteran community through government and nonprofit organizations. I'm beyond honored to have Captain Nathan Nelson whom is immeasurably respected by all that knows…

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