So you want to be a Navy Seal. It’s important for you to realize that your chances are not good–but you can do it, if you qualify for the training, and if you can handle the extreme and intensive training to become one of these elite soldiers. Just because you want to become a Seal, that doesn’t mean you will. But if you don’t try–if you don’t join the Navy or the Marines and give it your all–you’ll never know if you could have qualified.
There’s no shame in not being chosen–most people don’t become Seals even if it’s something they really want. But it’s certainly a shame that you haven’t given yourself that chance, if it’s your dream. You may find some other specialty in the Navy or the Marines that suits you even better.
If you’re 28 years old or younger and you have excellent health and vision, and you think you can take the extremes of training, then you owe it to yourself to try. Why not get the free information about the Navy, the Marines and the Navy Seals here today so you can finally look into your dream of becoming a Seal?