U.S. Navy Seals
They are the best of the best. They are versatile in Sea, air and land. This is how they get their name. The U.S Navy Seals are a very elite force. The training they have to endure is considered impossible. Can you swim 50 meters? Well that is one of their requirements the Seals have to pass. A Seals unique loyalty is another perk that they have. Iraq in 2006 a Seal team was clearing out hostile forces in buildings. A grenade fell on three Seal members, When Micheal Monsoor jumped on the grenade sacrificing his life to save his fellow members. The Seals training and actions give them the utmost respect.
The Navy Seals have been around since 1962. The Seals was created by president, John F. Kennedy. The U.S Navy Seals are small groups of highly trained individuals. Each Seal brings unique and special training to each team. They are also trained highly in close quarters and hand to hand combat. These small groups of highly trained and close knit people work more efficiently together, then large groups. Their ability to go in where there are many enemy forces and get the jobs done. This is a task that just seems impossible but the Seals with their training get it done.
Their first major mission was in Vietnam. They were deployed in a riverine operation to combat the Viet Cong. The Seals lost forty-six members from 1965-1972. The Seals was very adiquiet in Vietnam because their training and working closely in small caves and tunnels where the Viet Cong was hiding.
The Seals have been busy mainly in the Middle East since 2001. The reason the Seals have been busy is because of Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden, Taliban and Al Qaeda are responsible for the most hanus attacks on US soil. This caused president, Bush to have a war on terrorism. The Seal teams 6 and 10 have been doing a lot of work in the Middle East to catch Taliban and Al Qaeda king pins. In 2004, The Seals captured Flallujah. 2005, Seals was hunting Mohammed Ismail...