Research Paper-Navy Seals-
By Sumid Nohrer
There are many career choices you can choose from in the armed forces. Like becoming a nuclear engineer, a pilot, or even going into a special ops program in a certain branch of the armed forces. Well there's one special force that is separated from the rest and that's the navy seals. In this research paper you will learn the good and bad aspects in joining the navy seals whether it's for the training, pay/benefits, or for your education.
Foremost, the training for a navy seal go through about a year of training becoming a navy seal. "Which starts as the BUDS program, you must be 28 years old and must be in the Navy."(Becoming a seal) "The training is designed to push you past your limits, there's no time to rest just keep on going," Petty Officer 1st class John Vasquez says. The second phase consists on diving, which you train in the cold Californian waters. "By the time you get to the beach you have no clue what's going on just drill sergeants yelling in your ears telling you to strip down into your bear skibbys and get in the water. You first learn how to clear your mask of water when it is completely filled with water. And boy is that water freezing at 5 am in the morning. You're in the water for a good 4-6 hours at a time. That wasn't even the worst part. The worst part on that phase is at the end of the day you and your platoon gather at the shoreline and you sit in the water to about 3ft. and every wave hits you. The first three hit you and your like that's not too bad I can live with this. But once that sun goes down and the wind starts to pick up you start wishing you weren't there. That's when the mental part of the training starts to pick up. Cause you may leave at any time if it's pushing your limits. There's a bell that the drill sergeants like to call it the quitters bell at any time you want out you ring it and you are out," Vasquez stated. "Seals use a wide range of weapon training like a colt .45...
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