Are you ready to begin or further your career in the US military? You can become part of the military special forces, which comes with great honor. Only three percent of the U.S. military makes up the special forces. Each special force team has different qualifications and tasks to join. Continue reading to learn how to become part of one of the most elite military force … [Read more...] about What is the Most Elite Military Force in the U.S.?
Find Your Local Navy Recruiting Office
Just enter your zip code or city below and get the address and phone numbers and find your local Navy recruiting office. Not only find your Army recruiter, for your convenience you can also find your nearest Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine or National Guard recruiter here. So what are you waiting for? Locate your Army recruiters nearest you right here. You may want to talk … [Read more...] about Find Your Local Navy Recruiting Office
What Makes Navy SEALs The Best Special Forces Operators in the World Today?
The U.S. Navy SEALs are the most widely known—and feared—special forces operators in the world. Named for the environments in which they operate (sea, air and land), the Navy SEALs were officially established under President John F. Kennedy in 1962 and have been a powerful military force ever since. In order to carry out such physically and mentally … [Read more...] about What Makes Navy SEALs The Best Special Forces Operators in the World Today?
The Thrills of BUD/S Beginning Day One
BUD/S training or Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training is a requirement for every Navy SEAL. This training lasts about six months with multiple phases. The first phase is one of the most intense and will test the commitment of a man wanting to become a Navy SEAL. This video shows day one of the first phase of BUD/S training. It's a day where candidates will learn if … [Read more...] about The Thrills of BUD/S Beginning Day One
The Chilling Thrill of Hell Week
The dreaded week every United States Navy SEAL must complete, Hell Week is a week of misery. It's known as the most grueling week of the first phase of training. Each recruit may end up running more than 200 miles and will likely train for around 20 hours per day. They may only get about four total hours of sleep for the entire week. Hell Week lasts 5.5 days and separates … [Read more...] about The Chilling Thrill of Hell Week