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  • 1. Navy Seals By, Chase Hartmann
  • 2. IndexIntroduction 1Schooling 2What They Do 3Weapons & Uniforms 4Duty Stations 5Transition 6Future Schooling/Training 7Future Weapons 8Conclusion 9Bibliography 10Glossary 11
  • 3. Introduction To Navy SealsA Navy Seal is a person with advanced military training used to protect American citizens all over the world. In the future a Navy Seal will need more training and understanding of advanced technology to protect Americans. The Navy Seal are the deadliest military branch of the 5branches the United States. Navy Seals are trained for Sea, Air, and Land. President Obama sent Seal Team 6 to Afghanistan, to kill Osama Bin Laden who killed many innocent Americans.
  • 4. SchoolingA Navy Seal has to do 6 steps to become a Navy Seal. “Step 1: Naval Special Warfare Preparatory school” (Navy SEAL Overview). Step 2: Basic Orientation – An Introduction To BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition). Step 3: First Phase – Basic conditioning. Stage 4: Second Phase – Combat Diving. Stage 5: Third Phase – Land Warfare Training. Stage 6: Seal Qualification Training.
  • 5. What They DoSeal Team 6 will take “direct action” (Navy SEAL Missions) or neutralizing enemy forces. Special reconnaissance or observe and report. Counter terrorism or eliminating threats. Foreign internal defense or training allies.
  • 6. Weapons And UniformsA Navy Seal uses these weapons M136 AT4CS anti-tank rocket, M224 60mm mortar, M203 Grenade Launcher, and a Benelli M4 Super 90 with Aimpoint Optic Shotgun. Machine Guns: Mk 48 Mod 1, Mk 46 Mod 0 (5.56mm), M249 SAW, M240B, Mk 43 Mod 0, M60E3, and a HK MP5 Submachine Gun. Sniper Rifles: Barrett M82A1, Mk 14 Mod 0 EBR, Mk 11 Mod 0/SR-25, and a M14. Assault Rifles: M4A1 SOPMOD and a FN SCAR- L/Mk 16. Handguns: MK23 Mod 0, and a SIG-Sauer P228. A Navy Seal wears these uniforms service dress, full dress, dinner dress, service uniform, and a battle dress.
  • 7. Duty StationsA Navy Seal is stationed at “Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, home of the Seal delivery vehicle” (Navy SEAL Duty Stations). Little Creek, Virginia, home to Naval Special Warfare East Coast operations. Coronado, California, home to the Naval Special Warfare Center and BUD/S.
  • 8. TransitionIn the future a Navy Seal will need more physical training and understanding of advanced weapons technology to protect Americans. They will still be the deadliest group out of the 5 military groups.
  • 9. Future Schooling/TrainingThe way technology is advancing, Navy Seals might have to learn how to use bionics, such as an exoskeleton to make them super human.
  • 10. Future WeaponsThe Navy Seals might have rocket launchers, machine guns, and jet engines on their exoskeletons. They just might have laser beams on their exoskeletons.
  • 11. ConclusionThe Navy Seals job may be changed by being more advanced. A benefit may be that they could put a suit on and become superhuman.
  • 12. Bibliography"Navy SEAL Benefits - SEALSWCC.COM | Official Website U.S. Navy SEALs." SEALSWCC.COM | The Official Navy SEAL SWCC Website of the U.S. Government. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seals-benefits.aspx>. The benefits of a Navy Seal"Navy SEAL Duty Stations - SEALSWCC.COM | Official Website U.S. Navy SEALs." SEALSWCC.COM | The Official Navy SEAL SWCC Website of the U.S. Government. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seals-duty-stations.aspx>. Where the Duty stations of a Navy Seal are "Navy SEAL Ethos - SEALSWCC.COM | Official Website U.S. Navy SEALs." SEALSWCC.COM | The Official Navy SEAL SWCC Website of the U.S. Government. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seals-ethos.aspx>. The Ethos of a Navy Seal "Navy SEAL Missions - SEALSWCC.COM | Official Website U.S. Navy SEALs." SEALSWCC.COM | The Official Navy SEAL SWCC Website of the U.S. Government. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seals-missions.aspx>. The type of Missions a Navy Seal does "Navy SEAL Overview - SEALSWCC.COM | Official Website U.S. Navy SEALs." SEALSWCC.COM | The Official Navy SEAL SWCC Website of the U.S. Government. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://www.sealswcc.com/navy-seals-overview.aspx>. The Main Information on Navy Seals "Uniforms | Navy SEALs Information & Resources." US Navy SEALs Information & Resources. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://information.usnavyseals.com/category/us-navy-seals/clothing-insignia/uniforms>. The Uniforms that the Navy Seals wear "Weapons | Navy SEALs Information & Resources." US Navy SEALs Information & Resources. Web. 12 Dec. 2011. <http://information.usnavyseals.com/category/us-navy-seals/weapons-gear-and-equipment/weapons>. The Weapons the Navy Seals use
  • 13. Glossary BUD/S – Basic Underwater Demolition School.Reconnaissance – A search made for useful military information in the field, especially by examining the ground. Exoskeleton – A suit that makes people superhuman. Superhuman - Above or beyond what is human.

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