Special Warfare Operator

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Published
July 15, 2020
Location
Montgomery, AL
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 Special Warfare Operator

SEALs are named after the environments in which they operate, the Sea, Air and Land, and are the foundation of Naval Special Warfare combat forces.

They are organized, trained and equipped to conduct a variety of special operations missions in all operational environments. Today’s SEALs trace their

history from the elite frogmen of World War II. Training is extremely demanding, both mentally and physically, producing the world's best warriors in the

sea, air, and on land.

Qualifying for SEAL (SO Rating) in Delayed Entry Program is preferred and accounts for the majority of SEAL applicants in the Basic Underwater

Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training pipeline. Candidates may also volunteer for SO (SEAL) during basic training at Recruit Training Center, or at any time

during their enlistment prior to their 29th birthday.

NSW/NSO “Dive” Motivators, at RTC, give presentations on the Navy's NSW/NSO programs, conduct the physical screening tests, and assist interested

Recruits with their applications at RTC.

A more stringent physical examination and medical screening is conducted at RTC. Recruit’s entrance medical examinations will be reviewed for diving

qualifications, and further physical screening tests will be given at the Recruit Training Command and at BUD/S.

BUD/S training is physically and mentally demanding. SEALs receive extra pay for diving, parachuting, demolition, and special duty assignment.


WHAT THEY DO

Conduct surgical military actions, while assigned to small tactical units with very unique capabilities.

Conduct Direct Action and reconnaissance missions in support of Counter Terror Operations.

All SEALS are trained to provide combat trauma medical support during all operations. However, SEAL trained Special Operations Medical

Technicians receive additional specialized medical training.

The Naval Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) program evolved from the PT boats Sailors of WWII and the “Brown Water Navy” of

Vietnam. They are specially trained to conduct and support Special Operations missions in a maritime environment and work primarily with Naval

Special Warfare Sea, Air, and Land Teams (SEAL).

Qualifying for SWCC (SB Rating) in Delayed Entry Program is preferred and accounts for the majority of SWCC applicants in the training pipeline.

Candidates may also volunteer for SWCC during basic training at Recruit Training Center (RTC), or at any time during their enlistment prior to their 31st

NSW/NSO “Dive” Motivators, at RTC, give presentations on the Navy's NSW/NSO programs, conduct the physical training screening tests, and assist

interested Recruits with their applications at RTC.

A more stringent physical examination and medical screening is conducted at RTC. Recruit’s entrance medical examinations will be reviewed and further

physical screening tests will be given at RTC and at the Naval Special Warfare Center (SWCC School).

SWCC training is physically and mentally demanding. SWCCs receive extra pay for special duty assignment. Some SWCCs are selected for parachute

training in both Static Line and Military Free Fall.


WHAT THEY DO

Collect information about enemy military installations and shipping traffic in coastal or riverine areas;

Insert/extract SEALS and other Special Operations personnel from a variety of NSW Boats;

Operate independently in small units to accomplish operational tasks;

Operate and maintain weapon systems, communications, electronics, small boats, and other equipment associated with SWCC missions;

Conduct directaction raids against enemy shipping and waterborne traffic.

Do you have what it takes?  If you are ready to jump start your new career contact a Navy recruiter at 678-348-0810 or 1888-255-6289 email: [Click Here to Email Your Resumé].

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