There are specific requirements that are associated with becoming a Navy Seal. Knowing and living these requirements is absolutely vital if you want to dedicate your life to the Navy Seals. Here is a look at three of the requirements that you need to meet if you want to join the Navy Seals.
1 – Seal team applicants absolutely must be United States citizens, and nobody who is not a United States citizen will be admitted into the Navy Seals at any point
2 – Seal team applicants absolutely must be males aged 28 years or younger, so applicants who are older than 28 years of age or that are female will not be allowed into the Navy Seals
3 – Seal team applicants must absolutely have eyesight that is no worse than 20/40 in one eye and then 20/70 in the other eye, and their eyesight must be capable of being corrected to 20/20 vision without sustaining any colorblindness. Eyesight that is worse than the guidelines mentioned here will not allow a Seal applicant to be approved because good eyesight is vital when it comes to Navy Seals.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. Even if you meet the above three important requirements, if you miss this one… forget it all now. It is this: You must have the heart of a ‘lion’ on steriods! The successful BUDS (Basic Underwater Demolition Seal) trainees are not always the strongest. But they’re always the candidates that have a ‘CAN’T LOSE’ attitude! Sure, doing a hundred push ups can’t hurt nor swimming in 55 degree water for miles in the Pacific ocean. But if you lack ‘heart’… the BUDS instructors will laser focus on you at your weakest moment.