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CBS 60 Minutes Exposes The Raw Joy Of The Tijuana Mud Flats

On May 31, 2020, Sixty Minutes offered a segment titled "A Different Kind Of Border Crisis Toxic Waste In The Tijuana River Spilling Into California." Or, also known by BUD/S Hell Week tadpoles as the Tijuana Mud Flats. Click Here To Watch: https://www.cbs.com/shows/60_minutes/video/2ZaeB3VLxMLBRULcaJEggaSUrJXysUmU/a-different-kind-of-border-crisis-toxic-waste-in-the-tijuana-river-spilling-into-california/

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Esteemed Message From Secretary of the Navy Kenneth J. Braithwaite,

NAVY.MIL [WASHINGTON (NNS)] -- To Sailors, Marines, and all men and women of the Department of the Navy serving across this great world: Today marks the honor of my life, taking the oath of office to become the 77th but more importantly...Your Secretary of the Navy. I am incredibly humbled to stand before You, the…

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How SEALSWCC.COM Serves the Special Ops Community

SEALSWCC.com is the Navy’s official website for potential SEALS and SWCC (Special Warfare combatant craft crewmen). It provides tips and insights on how people looking to become either a Navy SEAL or a member of the SWCC can better train to survive the brutal BUD/S and other courses that qualifies a person to become a…

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President Honors Fallen Hero’s During Memorial Day Events

(Defense.gov News) President Donald J. Trump came to ''the noble fortress'' of Fort McHenry in Baltimore to pay tribute on Memorial Day to those who fought and died to keep Americans free. Fort McHenry was the site of the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812, when American patriots stood their ground and repelled…

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Who is Navy Seal Foundation & How They Serve The Community

Founded in 2000, the Navy SEAL Foundation has one mission: to provide “immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Navy Special Warfare community and its families.” It provides Navy SEALs and their families, Navy Special Warfare combatant craft crewmen, support personnel, and their families with wide-ranging programs that support every aspect of their own…

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Who Is Eligible for Navy SEALs Retirement?

(NavySeal.com Staff) As soon as a Navy SEAL joins the US Navy, they begin building toward their Navy SEALs retirement. Like other military service members, Navy SEALs receive a generous retirement compensation, provided they have 20 years of service under their belt and receive an honorable discharge. Many SEALs opt to serve for a longer…

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Special Ops Remain Integral To Nation’s Objectives But Will Change

(DOD News) Special operations forces will remain an integral part of the nation’s solutions to top strategic problems, but they will change, the commander of U.S. Special Operations Command said. At a virtual conference yesterday sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association, Army Gen. Richard D. Clarke said SOCOM is involved in three wars moving…

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SOCOM Going All-In On Artificial Intelligence But Still Need Special Operators To Kick Down Doors

(As reported National Intelligence Magazine) Special Operations Command is gung-ho about leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities across its portfolio as it faces off against peer competitors and violent extremist organizations, according to top officials. SOCOM Commander Army Gen. Richard Clarke noted that a number of his program executive offices are keen on the…

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Kelley Brown Letter on Behalf of Adam Brown Legacy Foundation

Greetings! Here is a letter to you from Kelley Brown-the widow of "FEARLESS" Navy SEAL Adam Brown. Please feel free to forward it and share it widely. (Eric Blehm) Dear everyone! I just wanted to thank you for the thousands of letters ya'll have written to me and the entire Brown family after reading FEARLESS-the…

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