Navy SEALS – Pushing Your Limits

You may think you are strong. You may think you are able to handle any situation. After training as a Navy SEAL, you will not believe you are strong and can handle any situation. You will know you can handle the situations. This is because of all the different scenarios you will be trained to handle as a Navy SEAL.

Getting Through Training

You have probably heard about Hell Week. This is just one of the many different training exercises you will have to go through as a Navy SEAL. Once you have gotten through the hardest part of your training, you will move into the training for small boats, underwater demolition and more. This is all to get you ready for the career of your life.

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Overcoming Pain and Adversity

The reason why the Navy SEALS puts you through such extensive training is to make sure you can handle any situation. They will push your limits to the extreme. Just when you think you cannot take anymore, you will find out you can. The program will help you to find wells of strength and durability you never knew you existed.

The Navy SEALS are not for every soldier. It is up to you to decide what career path you will follow. Get the information you need about the military career which is right for you. Your career is up to you, but the military can help you find the right path. The Navy SEALS can take your training the rest of the way.

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military dot image Chris    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

that looks fun!!

military dot image chris m    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

cant wait this is my goal, to become a navy seal.

military dot image lucas lau    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

that seems so awesome its like a dreamland. its like a dream come true

military dot image Cleo    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

My thoughts are with the Navy Seals lost in Afghanistan. May their loved ones be comforted. Thanks to all SEALS and Armed Services for your sacrifice.

military dot image salvador ramirez    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

never forget operation red wings.

remember this, gentlemen:
and the Lord said: i am the strength behind peace.

god bless the SEALS.

military dot image David    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

God Bless. Godspeed. Thank you.

military dot image LARRY FOWLER    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Navy Seal training is the best. Hands down. Above all, once a navy seal always a navy seal. The achievement of graduating BUDS never leaves the SEAL’s reputation. BUDS training is awesome because it is not enough to be physically tough, but requires brains and heart. Just think about these guys are demolition experts, run from one end of the earth to the other… all while no one sees are hears them at work. Amazing. Sorry Chris, it may look like fun (earlier blog), but this is real work. Tedious. Sacrafices by both the Navy Seal and his family. Don’t be fooled by the ‘smiles’… it costs every SEAL sweat, tears and miles of cold water swims and hours of runs on sand with boots.

military dot image Scott Zarobinski    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0


I am a Junior in HS. I have recently set the Goal of obtaining a TRIDENT and becoming a SEAL warrior! I am looking for any feedback to help me obtain this objective.

My Dad was a US Army Ranger. He keeps insisting on my going to NROTC first and foremost and keeps telling me not to forget about Academics. Wondering what the PRO’s & CON’s would be of Enlisted vs Officer? Anyone have any assistance / thoughts?

military dot image LARRY FOWLER    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

There’s a saying in BUDS to remain in the ‘middle of the pack’. In other words, elude the watchful daring eyes of the instructors. Obviously, as an officer (lot less officers and they’re leaders) you will be watched and unable to ever be in the ‘middle’. However, the rewards pending your success is incredible. If you’re truly leadership material, go for it!

military dot image Scott Zarobinski    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Mr. Fowler

Thank You for your response. I am not sure which as of yet. Testing the waters! It will be a bit of a downer for my dad, although he was enlisted as well. So, is it truly realistic to join the Navy and in your first enlistment, get the opportunity to get a shot at BUDS, etc?

military dot image LARRY FOWLER    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Talk to your recruiter. Ask for a ‘SEAL’ mentor. They did have them in certain cities. This guy would encourage/coach you along in your BUDS preparation. Not sure if they still have this program. For me, I had it written into my contract as an ‘A’ school. However, if I failed, I would had been sweeping decks. THis alone alone was a great incentive for me ‘not’ to quit. And oh yeah, your dad would be very proud of you for graduating BUDS. It’s a lifetime achievement! Good luck.

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military dot image Dylan    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Ever since 9-11 i have been fiercly patriotic…im only seventeen but ive known for several years that this is what i want to do.eventually i want to go to SEAL school and become a SEAL, but due to complications i am getting my GED, and i need 15 college credit hours to join the marines, which is where i think i want to start. i would like to make the military a lifetime career, but i think the GED thing will kind of mess things up??? help please…!!!

military dot image Sassy Class    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

In reality it is really hard for me to decide what I want to do. I have a feeling Im going to do this in the best of my ability.I have the heart and brains for this. I am ready to do this. This type of material is in my blood.

military dot image tyler    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

its been my dream to be a seal since i was 5 and i WILL BECOME A SEAL

military dot image Marcus    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Am going to the us navy and pusH my set to the max and if am tired am going to push my self even harder but where are the application for the us navy

military dot image Dickson    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I’m a former U.s Naval Sea Cadet(USNSCC. I have been in for about 2 years. I have been through boot camp and combat training. I have always wanted to try to become part of the navy or marines because marines are a department of the navy. But if I could I would try to become a navy seal or something to push myself in the military.

military dot image sea man    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

hey thank you all (service men/women) for your services.

military dot image larryf    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I echo that! Thank you to all our nation’s veterans!

military dot image dhean    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

i want to be a soldier….whoa..

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