Can a Navy SEAL become an Army Ranger?
Of course! There are overlapping some skills, but also unique skills for SEALs and Rangers. Also the SEAL would have to end Navy enlistment and enlist in the Army. Not too likely, eh?
What are the requirements and responsibilities of an Army Ranger AND Navy SEAL AND Marine -- respectively?
To answer a number of questions at once, too become a Navy SEAL you must be in the US Navy. No one but Navy sailors can be or train to be a SEAL. No women either. The above is true for all 3 branches. To become an Army Ranger, you most be in the Army. Marine Recon - Only Marines can be Marine Recon. Also, no females are allowed in the school or service in… Read More
You can't serve in two different units simultaneously. Some Navy SEALs do attend Ranger School, or else they've attended it prior to attending BUD/S to become a SEAL.
I think your question is incomplete. But if you are comparing a person who has only been to army basic training and a trained navy SEAL. The answer is obvious. If you want to open the box of worms ask who is better trained a Navy SEAL or an Army Ranger or Special Forces.
army ranger of course .. how long can you hold on to a boring job.?? its much harder to train someone for a boring job also..
It's really an apples and oranges comparison. Rangers are a specialized infantry force... SEALs have a wide variety of missions... not all of the SEALs do the kind of counterterrorism missions you see in the movies (insofar as the SEALs go, that's almost exclusively the domain of SEAL Team 6, whereas other Teams will have different missions). A Ranger sniper will be used as a force multiplier, directly supporting an infantry force.. the kind of… Read More
A Navy SEAL can become a sniper, then an officer if he has an education.
Beret's are between 20-30. Anyone in the army is age-eligible to become Ranger qualified. Doesn't mean everyone who goes through can pass the training though. Don't know about SEALs and Delta Force. They are the grizzly old vets though so they're probably older.
There is a few things you have to do to become a Navy Seal man. You have to start with signing up for the Navy.
Yes. The Army and Airforce have their own equivalents.
I do not know the exact requirements, because i was not in that branch of the military i was a us marine, but i have a pretty good idea, first of all, to be considered to go through ranger school in fort benning, Georgia, you have to serve a tour of duty, also, if u can complete it,(since its one of the toughest training courses in the military along with the navy seal bud training… Read More
There are no active Navy SEAL pilots except for those who left the SEALs and joined separate army or navy programs.
No, you have to be in the Navy to be a SEAL. The army has its own special operatives, however. Delta Force is the absolute best the army has to offer. Many consider them to be superior to the SEAL operators.
Yes if they switch and enlist in the Navy
You can sign up and get a contract to go to Bud/s where you can attempt to become a Navy Seal.
No, Seals are part of the Navy, Delta Force is part of the Army They can if they choose not to continue being a SEAL when it is time to reenlist, and enlist in the Army Delta force, but then they would be Ex-Navy SEALs. Besides, SEAL's dont go for Delta Force, they go for DevGru.
If an ex Navy Seal was in counter intelligence in the military, they may find it very easy to become a CIA agent.
How can an Australian become a navy seal its my passion and life goal to join the seals teams but i live in australia... please help?
You need to be US citizen in order to become a US Navy Seal. You could become a naturalized US citizen. I would explore the Navy Seals website for further information. I would talk to a Navy recruiter they will know all the details about becoming a Navy Seal. Also they would be able to tell you if you are qualified to become a Navy Seal. WikiHow to become a navy seal has a visual… Read More
Its very complicated, but I believe that its possible, talk to you C.O. if you are currently in the military
You have to enlist into the US Navy and then take the Seal Challenge. You have to meet the basic seal standards before you can be sent off to BUDs. check out the Navy seal buds training on youtube. the whole show is up there. its very important to look at
If they leave the Air Force and join the Navy it is possible.
Women cannot apply to become a US Navy SEAL.
First of all it's spelt U.S. Navy SEAL. And the training to become one is called BUD/s or Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL. The training is the most physically and mentally grueling in the world. Yet if you have a no quit attitude and are in good shape you can make it. Remember the training is there to help you become a SEAL not for no reason to torture you.
No. By passing a pre-physical screening, you can begin the 36-week course to become a SEAL.
well, you're not going to join the boy scouts. of course you have to join the navy. that's why they call them navy seals...
First you have to be in the Navy, then accepted into the SEAL unit. Then sign up for training as a sniper, then pass and get accepted.
No you cannot do that. The Navy SEALs is just that, the NAVY. You would have to finish your enlistment in the Marine Corps and then join the Navy.
They would have to end their commitment to their branch, and then join the US Navy.
If you get a SPECWAR contract before shipping.
Some people think that a Navy Seal Sniper is safer than Navy Seal Infantry. Some people think that Navy Seal Infantry is safer than a Navy Seal Sniper.
Sea, Air, and Land - the same thing it means in the Navy, which is the branch which has the SEALs.
No, Navy SEALs are members of the US Navy. The Marines are a separate branch of the military. You do not become a SEAL by joining the Marine Corps.
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No - Navy SEAL recruits are accepted only from the ranks of Navy personnel, and BUD/S training is conducted at Coronado Island, off of San Diego. Delta Force operators are taken (though not always) primarily from the Army's Ranger ranks, and are always seasoned, experienced soldiers who have shown they can operate alone and without support. The one school and qualification that both have in common is the Army's Jump School at Fort Bragg, home… Read More
To become a Navy Seal, one is required to; 1. Learn to be a Team Player 2. Get Some Leadership Skills 3. Study hard 4. Graduate High School / GED / College 5. Choose to Enlist 6. Acing the PST
Navy SEAL by far.
Navy SEAL. If you can take it.
Any U.S. Serviceman can become a SEAL, as long as the educational, physical, and madical requirements are met. In the case of a Marine first said marine would have to serve his obligated contract with USMC, or get a waiver and sign new contract of enlistment with the navy. Just talk to your career counsellor and get guidance on proper course of action. But the answer to the question is, YES a Marine can become… Read More
BUD/S is the Navy acronym for Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL training. BUDS, is the first training step for SEAL recruits; though recruits can pass BUDS training, it doesn't mean they'll go on to become SEAL's, as SEAL training follows BUDS.
The only way to serve on a SEAL team without being in the Navy is by joining the Air Force, becoming a Combat Controller. After that, the Air Force will put you on a special operations team that needs someone with those skills. The teams include Army Rangers and Special Forces teams, AF Special Tactics Teams, and Navy SEAL teams. You won't be a SEAL in the sense of the word, but you will operate… Read More
Absolutely not - diabetes of any type is an automatic medical disqualifier for service in any military branch, not just the Navy.
No - only Navy and Coast Guard males are eligible to volunteer for the SEAL Teams, and the CG eligibility hasn't been in effect that long. Prior to that, SEAL candidates were not only limited to being Navy, but had additional rating restrictions as well. Only non-technical rates could serve as SEALs. That has since changed as well.
AN stands for Army Navy. The AN fittings have a 37 degree conical end which is what makes the seal.
a beginning navy SEAL makes around $52,320
Navy Seal training lasts about nine months.
All Navy personnel are paid based on their rank and their time in service. The standard military pay chart applies. There are instances where they will get hazard pay, for instance, staying parachute qualified.
You have to have pin point aim. you MUST shoot bulls-eye through 30/30.
The US Army did Not kill o.b.l. It was a CIA trained Navy Seal who shot him dead (once in the chest and once in the head above the left eye).
Um, yes, Navy SEALs exist. Haha uh yes they in fact do exist, my dad is a former navy seal
There are no Colonel's in the US Navy, therefore there are no Colonel's in the SEAL teams.