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FEDERAL JUDGE BLOCKS PUNISHMENT OF NAVY SEALS REFUSING VACCINE

Yesterday, Federal Judge Reed O'Connor, of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, issued a temporary injunction against a federal vaccine mandate for Navy SEALs, who sued President Biden because they were seeking a religious exemption. This is HUGE. In November 2021, the First Liberty Institute filed this case on behalf of…

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How the Navy SEALs Came to Exist

All heroes have an origin story, but the one of Navy SEALs is likely one that you haven’t heard. In fact, it’s one that few have heard, even military enthusiasts. However, without this intricate tale, the Navy SEAL as we know them today simply wouldn’t exist. Check out these fun areas of history and learn…

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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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What Does Veteran’s Day Mean To You?

World War I is known at the time as The Great War. It officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France. However, fighting ceased seven months earlier when an armistice, or temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations…

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The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday… Is It True?

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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Afghanistan Withdrawal, Americans Left Behind

(USMilitary.com For NavySeal.com) In a move that was announced early 2020, the U.S. military made its final exit from Afghanistan. By the end of August of 2021, the final American troops had left the country. The exit plan was first put into place via the Doha Agreement, also known as the Agreement for Bringing Peace…

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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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SEALSWCC.COM Contributes Big To Our 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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Never Too Early To Think About Military Retirement

Every frogman knows the importance of planning a mission. Likewise, retirement requires a lot of planning and consideration. In addition to finances, you need to think about when and where you’ll retire. Move back home or to an area with little or no military installation? Remain close to a VA base for ongoing medical benefits?…

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