Becoming a Navy SEAL is a long and grueling process. Here's what it takes.
Training to become a combatant-craft crewman follows a recruit boot camp and includes the following: A two-month preparatory course, a three-week orientation at the Naval Special Warfare Center in California and seven weeks of learning basic navigation and water skills, as well as physical conditioning and safety.
The final hurdle: A three-day crucible called “The Tour,” a physical endurance test that many candidates often fail.
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