Navy SEAL Training

New Navy SEAL ASVAB Requirements

The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday, and the only easy ASVAB scores ended on May 1st! Actually the difficulty did not change. They just moved some numbers around based on the latest skills required for the modern warrior. Navy SEALs are physically fit, mentally sharp, mature and resilient. Those men who want to become SEALs

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Navy SEAL Training

Act of Valor: The Why and How

While Act of Valor is based on fictional events, the film highlights the professionalism, tactical proficiency and technical skills of the Naval Special Warfare community — a force with a strategic, worldwide impact whose special breed of warriors stand ready to fight our Nation’s most critical missions.”– Rear Adm. Sean A. Pybus, Commander, Naval Special

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Personal Defense Training

Veterans Day Speech

In honor of Veterans Day, I was asked to give a speech to the VFW in southern California. I was honored to do so and would like to share that speech with you. Veterans Day Speech 11/11/11 San Diego, California This day, which began as Armistice Day, was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday

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Personal Defense Training

The Best Speech Ever Given

GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON’S SPEECH TO THE THIRD ARMY ON JUNE 5, 1944 I recently read this speech from one of our great leaders and wanted to share it here. It’s a great read and shows a mindset our country had in our past and most of our leaders have lost. To remain the greatest

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Dry Weapons Training

The Sixth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters

Trigger Control Trigger control needs to be maintained throughout the firing sequence, and this can be especially difficult with a pistol. The two main reasons pistols are harder to shoot than rifles are the shorter sight radius and the trigger-to-weapon-weight ratio. Any time your trigger weight is more than the weight of the weapon, you’ve got

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Navy SEAL Training

Navy SEAL Ethos and Code

United States Navy SEAL In times of war or uncertainty, there is a special breed of warrior ready to answer our nation’s call. A common man with uncommon desire to succeed. Forged by adversity, he stands alongside America’s finest special operations forces to serve his country, the American people, and protect their way of life.

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Dry Weapons Training

The Fourth Habit of Highly Effective Shooters

SIGHT PICTURE We’re now going to cover sight picture, which is taking your sights and aiming at a target. As we found with Sight Alignment (The Third Habit of Highly Effective Shooters), Sight Picture is also not as simple as point and shoot. There are a few things you need to keep in mind if you plan

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Fundamentals of Marksmanship

Lessons Learned from a Home Invasion

Burglars Break into Home of a Former French Special Forces Operator…FAIL! The below was sent to me in an email from a very good friend of mine…we’ll call him Jean-Pierre. I asked if I could post his email (with names changed) so others can learn from his lessons. I think he did an outstanding job

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Dry Weapons Training

The Second Habit of Highly Effective Shooters

Grip Your grip is your connection to your weapon system. Without a good grip, your weapon will go to the path of least resistanceand your shots will fly aimlessly off their mark. Most novice shooters will grip their gun by copying what they’ve seen in pictures or movies, but there’s a better way! Don’t follow

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