US Navy SEALsthey are an elite unit, more exclusive and harder to admit thanamerican marines.
The United States Marine Corps (also known as the USMC or Marines) is one of the 5 branches of the US military that report to the Department of Defense. It was created in 1775 as a special service. Although it is part of the US Navy, it has a special structure of its own. Navy SEALs, on the other hand, are the main special operations units of the US Navy. They are part of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC) and the maritime component of the United States Special Operations Command United States (USSOCOM). "SEAL" is derived from its ability to operateSEto pointONEgo, and moreeuand - but it is their ability to work underwater that sets SEALs apart from most other military units in the world.
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|Introduction (from Wikipedia)||The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for providing force projection from the sea and leveraging the mobility of the United States Navy to rapidly deploy operational combined arms forces.||The United States Navy's sea, air, and land teams (SEALs), commonly known as Navy SEALs, are the U.S. Navy's primary special operations forces and part of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC).|
|type||amphibious and expeditionary||Navy Special Operations Force, See, Luft, Earth|
|Talla||202,779 active (up to October 2010); 40,000 reserve (as of 2010)||~2.400|
|part of||Ministry of Defense, Ministry ofMarina||United States Navy, United States Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSOC), United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM)|
|Motto||always conscientious||"The only easy day was yesterday", "It pays to be a winner"|
|Zweig||marine corps||United States Navy|
|Garrison / Headquarters||Marine Corps Headquarters||Coronado, California, Little Creek, Virginia|
|Commitments||American Revolutionary War, Quasi-War, Barbarian Wars, Seminole Wars, Mexican-American War, American Civil War, Spanish-American War, Philippine-American War, Boxer Rebellion, Banana Wars, World War I and World War II, War Korean War, Vietnam War, Iraq War||World War II, Vietnam War, Multinational Force in Lebanon, Operation Urgent Fury, Kidnapping of Achille Lauro, Operation Just Cause, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Restore Hope, Battle of Mogadishu, Operation United Shield, Operation Enduring Freedom|
|rollo||Ground and Amphibious Forces||Main tasks: Special Maritime Operations, Special Reconnaissance, Direct Action, Counterterrorism. Other duties: counter-narcotics operations, personnel recovery.|
|Surname||The few the proud; wicked dogs; leather collar||Frogmen, the teams, green faces.|
|badge||Eagle, globe and anchor||Eagle cocked pistol, anchor, trident and flint|
recruitment and initial training
Eligibility and evaluation
SEAL candidates must be male, U.S. Navy or Coast Guard citizens between the ages of 18 and 28. All applicants must have a high school equivalent, an ASVAB score of at least 220, and proficiency in English. To qualify, they must also have at least 20/75 correctable vision to 20/20, be able to pass the SEAL physical screening test, and have no recent history of substance abuse. Finally, applicants must have "good moral character" as determined by their criminal conviction history and civil citations.
Men and women between the ages of 17 and 29 who are working towards a high school diploma or have earned a high school diploma can apply. For officer commissioning programs, you must have college proof of a current or completed bachelor's degree before you can apply. Those still in college join the Platoon Leader Class, and those who graduate complete the Officer Candidate Course.
Marine-Bootcamp-Trainingit is mentally and physically more demanding than the basic training programs of all other military services. At 13 weeks, it's also longer thanThe army10 weeks or 9 weeks Navy. The training is open to both men and women. Approximately 35,000 to 40,000 recruits undergo Navy training each year. All recruits must pass a fitness test to begin training. those who fail receive individual attention and training until minimum standards are met.
training stampit's an order of magnitude harder than Marine Bootcamp. The dropout rate from SEAL classes is typically around 80 percent. Officers and men train side by side. However, this program is not open to women. The averageselo navalspend more than a year in a variety of formal training settings. This includes a 24-week training course known as the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL School (BUD/S) and then the 28-week SEAL Qualification Training Program (SQT).
Marines have been involved in many conflicts and have played important roles in major battles such as Tripoli, Iwo Jima, Guadalcanal and Incheon Bay. Notable Navy SEAL operations include the killing ofosama bin ladenin May 2011 and the rescue of the freighterSchiff Maersk Alabamain April 2009.
The Marine Corps insignia is theEagle, globe and anchor🇧🇷 It has its roots in the designs and ornamentation of early Continental Marines, as well as British Royal Marines. The globe represents continued historic service in all parts of the world and the anchor honors the Marine Corps' naval heritage. A ribbon with the Latin motto "Semper Fidelis" (Always faithful) is attached to the eagle's beak. There are some differences between the uniform adornments of marines and officers. The enlisted marines ornament is a single piece of gilded metal. The officer's ornament is slightly larger and is made of silver with gold accents.
Navy SEAL Insignia (the "Budweiser")
The Navy SEAL insignia is officially called the Special Warfare insignia and is also known as "SEAL Trident" or "The Budweiser". Created in the 1960s, it recognizes service members who have completed Navy SEAL/Basic Underwater Demolition Demolition (BUD/S) training, completed SEAL qualification training, and served in the US military. They have been designated Navy SEALs. The Special Warfare insignia was originally issued in two classes, gold insignia for officers and silver insignia for soldiers. In the 1970s, the Silver SEAL badge was abolished and the Special Warfare badge was issued in a single class thereafter.
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July 3, 2013 2:48 am.
To the Marines here commenting on SEALs, please have the respect to spell correctly. Would you spell like a marine? Negative. Those aren't SEALs, they're SEALs.— 74.✗.✗.66
May 7, 2012 at 6:58 pm
Marines are tough men and women. SEALs are tough men.— 64.✗.✗.95
October 2, 2012 11:28 pm— 12.✗.✗.194
I've always wondered who invented Special Ops. Here are some things I found.
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June 5, 2014 11:49 am
Are you actually comparing bud/sto recruitment training to our pogs? You flatter me. How about we compare our role as infantry to that of seals and give readers useful information instead of this rubbish?— 66.✗.✗.198
April 24, 2014 at 8:29 pm(Video) US Navy vs US Marines - What's The Difference & How Do They Compare? - Army / Military Comparison
There are five branches of the military, most people don't realize that the Coast Guard is separate from the Department of Defense and its flag flies in front of the Air Force in times of war. But it's unfair to compare the Marine Corps as a whole to Navy Seals, even though most SEALs are recruited into the Marine Corps (not all). And that article states that Marines are strictly ground troops when engaged in air, land, and sea combat. If they wanted a real comparison, they should have compared Navy Seals to Force Recon or MARSOC Marines. Force Recon actually trained Robben until MARSOC removed them from Special Forces, so he became a regular Recon for the Marines.— 137.✗.✗.49
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