Top advice for life from the most prolific members of the U.S. military's most elite force.
Developing mental toughness isn’t just about being resilient. It’s also about learning to access your reserve tank when you think you just can’t go any further. Read more...
The toughest of the tough use 'the 40 percent rule' to push themselves to accomplish amazing things.
A pair of Navy SEALs who drowned in a training pool at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story in April were practicing holding their breath underwater after explicitly being told not to do so by the facility's manager, according to a Navy investigation.
Navy documents say that two SEALs who drowned in a Virginia training pool were practicing holding their breath underwater after being told not to do so by the facility's manager. The Virginian-Pilot reports that it obtained the documents through a Freedom of Information Act request. Thirty-four-year-old...
Rep. Ryan Zinke explains his philosophy of government through the 13 military combat knives he keeps in his House office.
"The ability to control my emotions and my actions regardless of circumstance sets me apart from other men." - Navy SEAL Creed
Four years ago, U.S. Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden; many Americans believed Al Qaeda had been broken and the terrorist threat eliminated. The November 13 Paris massacre demonstrated that terrorism has a new face: ISIL -- the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. Show More Summary
This article is by Tony Clement, vice president, analytics, at Big Spaceship. “The most intense fitness program.” That is how Outdoor Magazine describes the Kokoro Training event. It’s a 50-hour crucible designed to replicate the Navy SEALs’ Hell Week. Run by ex-Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine, owner of SealFit, in Encinitas, California, the [...]
Former Navy SEAL Chad Williams, who last served in Iraq, spoke at Pastor Greg Laurie's California megachurch on Sunday, sharing through his own story how living for ourselves leaves us hungry and thirsty for more, a fact that made him turn to Christ for fulfillment in life.
UCLA football players will be throwing their hats (or helmets) into the creative college football uniform ring and honoring the Navy SEALs in Saturday's matchup with Washington State. The matte black helmets feature a bone frog, the unofficial SEAL logo, in blue and gold, UCLA's traditional colors. Show More Summary
UCLA's will honor the U.S. Navy SEALs like no other team has ever done. No. 19 UCLA went above and beyond with its salute to the troops in 2015. Instead of an American flag, the Bruins will be wearing the U.S. Navy SEALs' iconic bone frog logo on their helmets for Saturday's game against Washington State. Here's what it will look like: Sat. Show More Summary
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In a deleted sketch from last week’s SNL posted on Wednesday, a group of elite Navy Seals is dispatched to protect Donald Trump’s precious follicles from its most dangerous adversary: wind. Via The Hill: The five-minute short features Tar… Read The post SNL Goes on a Suicide Mission to Protect Donald Trump’s Hair in Deleted Sketch: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Legendary Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell responded on Veterans Day to a man who said he served in the Navy but “often feel that I am not worthy when people thank
In this clip from Donald Trump's Saturday Night Live episode that didn't make it to the air, a group of Navy SEALs named Scalp Team 6 assembles to save Trump's hair from a gust of wind, before a meeting with Vladimir Putin. The team shrinks down and faces Yetis and... More »
"Saturday Night Live" released a bizarre sketch on Wednesday that did not air when real-estate mogul Donald Trump hosted the show last weekend. The video featured a comedic imagination of what the Pentagon would have to grapple with in a future Trump administration after the 2016 presidential election. Show More Summary
Andy Stumpf is a former Navy SEAL who decided to honor his fellow SEALs in a rather unique way: In a bid to draw attention and raise (...)