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SEAL training-BUDS. Good luck to a friend who does his "night-jump" tonight. Shots on me-IF you make it. ;)                                                                                                                                                      More

Some highlights from the Navy SEAL workout: getting “drown-proofed”: swimming with bound arms and legs “surf torture” (official name: water immersion): a prolonged bob in the Pacific Ocean jumping on and off a pier while being hosed down wi

Military sign language

Military sign language

SWAT/Military hand signals- the funny thing is, after spending 21 yrs in the army, i find this pin to be totally accurate. Read it, you'll get it.

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Funny pictures about Holstered Attack Dogs. Oh, and cool pics about Holstered Attack Dogs. Also, Holstered Attack Dogs photos.

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Special Forces Operator, Tactical Beard Must Feared.

Special Forces of the World.

Special Forces of the World.

Special Forces of the World. I was waiting for a joke in there somewhere, but all these look scary as shit. Me too, i was waiting for a joke :/

Murphy's laws of combat

21 Murphy’s Laws Of Combat That Could Save Lives

Murphy's laws of combat & parenting

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Military Humor

When the military gets bored. Gotta have fun somehow

Captain America may have jumped on a fake grenade to save his fellow soldiers in training, but in real life Lance Corporal William Kyle Kennedy actually did this… only the grenade was real.  On November 21, 2010 while in Afghanistan, a grenade was thrown into his sandbagged position.  Rather than run, Carpenter used his own body to shield the other soldier with him from the blast.  Miraculously, though severely injured, Kennedy lived and was awarded the Medal of Honor in June of 2014.

Captain America may have jumped on a fake grenade to save his fellow soldiers in training, but in real life Lance Corporal William Kyle Kennedy actually did this…

7 Powerful Navy SEAL habits: Be Loyal. Put others before yourself. Be reflective of your actions. Be obsessively organized. Be detail oriented.  Assume you don't know enough. Never get comfortable.

7 Powerful Navy SEAL habits: Be Loyal. Be reflective of your actions. Be obsessively organized. Be detail oriented. Assume you don't know enough. Never get comfortable. Apply these in real life too!

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