navy seals

Topics: United States Navy SEALs, United States Naval Special Warfare Command, United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group Pages: 3 (1130 words) Published: December 4, 2013
After striving to indicate a person who has had a significant influence on me I have come to a conclusion, that rather than a individual person I have a particular group. This particular group is unlike any other in the I the world. This group consists of elite men who put their homeland before themselves, they are capable of putting the needs of others before their own. These men were willing to do everything and anything to become part of the elite group known around the world as the Navy Seals.

Navy seals are groups of elite soldiers, known around the world for their abilities in the air on the land and in the sea. These soldiers lead the world in their special oops. They are unlike another soldiers in the world, willing to risk their lives for anyone in need around the world. Ready to assist and cry for help.

I see the Navy Seals the way most people my age see pro sports players. Like pro sports players the SEALs are the best of the best. Their training and tactical work is so vigorous that their number one philosophy is "the easy day was yesterday". Which is one of many in the Navy. To be given the opportunity to serve my country a a Navy Seal would mean the world to me. I would spend every breathing moment being the best I can be for my country family and myself.

All my life I have wanted to be affiliated in the military. Four to five years ago I had very low self confidence in myself and others and not very great aspirations. My plan was to enroll in the marines after high school and attain my college education from the military. My primary aspiration for my life was to exceed the achievements of my mother, who didn't graduate high school. I wanted to be able to say if I could do it why couldn't you? My mind and heart were consumed by the dreadful thought of my brothers and how they would never have the opportunities that I have been blessed with. It wasn't until I had opened up to my uncle Derek who is a marine that I had a change of...
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