Navy SEALs are a special breed of warrior who conduct special operations in any environment, but who are uniquely trained and equipped to operate from, around and in maritime areas. SEALs take their name from the environments in which they are trained to operate: sea, air and land. Their small highly trained teams usually work quietly at night conducting some of the nation’s most important missions. SEALs are constantly deployed throughout the world to protect national interests.
Navy SEALs and their high speed boat driving counterparts, Naval Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen, form the operational arms of the Naval Special Warfare community, which is headed by the Naval Special Warfare Command. NSW acts both as the Navy’s special operations force as well as the
Navy component of the U.S. Special Operations Command, which is responsible for all U.S. special operations forces.
NSW training and preparation stresses an enduring commitment to individual initiative, personal responsibility
and mission accomplishment. Naval Special Warfare goes to great lengths to ensure that its
forces are capable and prepared.
The following images are all available on the Navy Seals website and if you click on any image you will find a
wallpaper sized version (to almost all images). I have also added the Navy SEAL ETHOS as caption to the images.
They are, as the title says; BAD TO THE BONE!
Hint: Use “J” and “K” keys (after the page finish loading) to navigate from picture to picture.