To become a Navy SEAL, get in shape, join the Navy, get a SEAL contract and go through training. You are required to be a male U.S. citizen 17 to 28 years old, meet the eyesight requirements, get the minimum ASVAB score ... More »

Navy SEAL candidates must be male U.S. citizens between the ages of 17 and 28, although waivers are made for qualified candidates 29 to 33 years old. Candidates must be enlisted in active duty service in the Navy, pass t... More »

Navy SEALs perform a number of specialized warfare missions that fall outside the purview of regular military forces, including counterterrorism, guerrilla warfare, special surveillance and foreign national military trai... More »

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