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									Naval Special Warfare

    A Brief Overview
      -By MIDN Fouke and MIDN Benevento
            Naval Special Warfare
   History
    Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) Teams trace their history
    back to the first volunteers selected from the
    Naval Construction Battalions in 1943. Their
    mission was clearing obstacles from beaches
    chosen for amphibious landings which began the
    first formal training of the Naval Combat
    Demolition Units (NCDUs). The NCDUs
    distinguished themselves at Utah and Omaha
    beaches in Normandy and in Southern France. In
    the Pacific, the NCDUs were consolidated into
    Underwater Demolition Teams (UDTs).
   The newly formed UDTs saw action in every corner of the Pacific
    during World War II. In September 1950, the UDTs participated in the
    Korean War at Inchon, Wonsan, Iwon and Chinnampo. The
    redeployment of the United Nations Forces featured the UDTs
    conducting delaying operations using guerilla warfare.
   In January 1962, the first SEAL Teams were commissioned by
    President John F. Kennedy to conduct unconventional warfare,
    counter-guerilla warfare and clandestine operation in maritime and
    riverine environments. These Teams were SEAL Team ONE on the
    West Coast and SEAL Team TWO on the East Coast. During
    Vietnam, the SEALs compiled an impressive record of combat
   Since the end of Vietnam, the ever-changing world situation and
    increased operational tasking have prompted the expansion of SEAL
    Teams in numbers, size and capabilities. To effectively respond to this
    evolutionary process, UDT Teams have been re-designated as SEAL
    or SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Teams. The newly designated
    SEAL Teams acquired the SEAL mission and retained the amphibious
    support mission inherited from their UDT forefathers.
   SEAL, SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Teams and Special Boat Units
    comprise the elite combat units of Naval Special Warfare. These units
    are organized, trained and equipped to conduct special operations,
    clandestine maritime and riverine operations, foreign internal defense
    and unconventional warfare. These highly trained specialists are
    deployed worldwide in support of fleet and national operations. The
    wide range of tasks performed by Naval Special Warfare and their
    outstanding combat records have earned an enduring and highly
    respected reputation.
          Naval Special Warfare

   Naval Special Warfare extends a personal challenge to those interested
    individuals like yourself. This program will push you to your physical
    and mental limits, again and again, until you are hard and strong, both
    physically and mentally, and ready for the adventure of a lifetime in
    the SEAL Teams. Free fall parachuting at 10,000 feet, traveling by
    small rubber boat for 100 miles, conducting a mission, then traveling
    30 miles out to sea to rendezvous with a submarine is a typical mission
    for the SEALs and an adventure most people can experience only
    reading books. If you are ready for both a challenge and an adventure,
    the Navy has just the training to test your mettle. Be Someone
     Basic Underwater Demolition/
       SEAL Training (BUD/S)
   As a BUD/S student, you will participate in challenging training and
    encounter opportunities to develop and test your stamina and
    leadership. BUD/S training is extremely thorough both physically and
    mentally; but through adequate preparation and a positive attitude, you
    can meet its challenges with confidence. The workout schedule in this
    booklet is designed to prepare you physically for BUD/S. You are the
    one who has to prepare to give all you have every day. At BUD/S it is
    essential to live, eat, and sleep BUD/S. 110% is required of you every
    day. BUD/S is a challenge, but if you meet it head-on with
    determination not to fail or quit, it will be the most rewarding time of
    your life. Good Luck!!!
               Applying for BUD/S
    Requirements.

    Physical/Mental
1.   Pass a diving physical exam
2.   Eye sight cannot be worse than 20/40 in one eye and 20/70 in the other
     eye and must be correctable to 20/20 with no color blindness
3.   Minimum ASVAB score: VE + AR = 104, MC = 50
4.   Must be 28 years old or less
5.   Only men are eligible
6.   Must be a U.S. citizen
         Physical Screening Test
1.   500 yard swim using breast and/or side stroke in 12:30 — Ten minute
2.   Perform Minimum of 42 push ups in 2 minutes — Two minute rest
3.   Perform minimum of 50 sit-ups in 2 minutes — Two minute rest
4.   Perform at least 6 pull-ups, no time limit — Ten minute rest
5.   Run 1.5 miles, wearing boots and pants, in 11:30
    * As a reminder, there are no maximums on these physical test. The
     prospective trainee should provide the best scores possible, i.e., give
     his best effort.
    Applying for BUD/S - Enlisted
   Age 28 or less.

   Special operations programs are only open to

   U.S. citizen with no felony convictions (for
    security clearance).

   Volunteer for diving duty and pass the Diving

   Vision must correct to 20/20 with corrective
    lenses. Uncorrected vision must be no worse than
    20/70 in the better eye and no worse than 20/100
    in the worse eye with no color blindness.

   ASVAB - GS+MC+EI=165
    VE+MK+MC+CS=220 VE+AR=104 and
Applying for BUD/S - Enlisted
 Enlistment-Once you have successfully
  taken the ASVAB, selected a SEAL Source
  Rate, and stated your progressive physical
  conditioning program, you will be ready to
  sign your SEAL Challenge Contract and
  enlist into the United States Navy.
 Boot Camp-Your first assignment in the
  Navy will be boot camp at NTC Great
  Lakes. For many new sailors, boot camp
  will seem like the ultimate physical
  challenge. For prospective BUD/S trainees,
  boot camp is merely a warm-up for the
  intense training ahead.
    Applying for BUD/S - Enlisted

   A-School-Navy "A" School is where you
    learn the basic skills associated with your
    rate. Continue to work hard and
    demonstrate leadership qualities.

   BUD/S-Congratulations on making it this
    far. You are about to start the most
    difficult special operations training in the
    world. Best of luck to you and your
    classmates in BUD/S. HOOYAH!
    Applying for BUD/S - Officer
   3 Basic ways to become a Naval Officer:
     – Naval Academy
     – Navy ROTC
     – Navy OCS
   Eligibility:
     – Must be eligible for Security Clearance
     – Should be 28 years old or less
     – Must agree to serve 3 years on Active duty
     – Meet Medical Standards
     – Complete PST
Applying for BUD/S - Officer
Applying for BUD/S - Officer
Applying for BUD/S - Officer

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