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Basic Underwater Demolition

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  1. The United States Navy SEa, Air and Land Forces, commonly known as the US Navy SEALs, are the Special Operations Forces of the U.S. Navy, employed in direct action and special reconnaissance operations

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  2. a military specialization perfected by the United States Navy SEALs

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  3. are also capable of employing unconventional warfare, foreign internal defense, and counter-terrorism missions

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  4. The US Navy Underwater Demolition Teams (UDT) were a precursor to the current United States Navy SEALs

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  5. Entering training to become a Navy SEAL is voluntary

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