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 »

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In order to become a Navy Seal, you must enlist with your local Navy recruiter, and pass your ASVAB test. Once enlisted, there are several other requirements that must be met. Be as prepared as possible prior to enlistme... More »

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Navy SEAL candidates are put through some of the toughest, physically demanding and mentally challenging training in the world. Basic SEAL training is designed for members of the strongest character who give everything a... More »

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Admission requirements for West Point Military Academy stipulate that candidates must be U.S. citizens between 17 and 22 years old when they join the academy. They must be unmarried, not pregnant, not responsible for chi... More »

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Navy SEAL candidates are put through some of the toughest, physically demanding and mentally challenging training in the world. Basic SEAL training is designed for members of the strongest character who give everything a... More »

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Candidates for the Navy Nuclear Power School must be U.S. citizens, must meet the physical standards of the Navy, and must be between 19 and 28 years old, except in special circumstances. They must be at least B-average ... More »

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Navy SEAL Team 1 is one of eight Navy SEAL teams that are part of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command. SEALs are the Navy's main special operations force. SEAL Team 1 is based in Coronado, Calif. More »