a beginning navy SEAL makes around $52,320
People in the Navy are paid for their rank not according to their job title. A trained SEAL sniper with a rank of E-5 would be paid about $45,000 to $50,000 per year.
Atleast more than 100,000$ a year.
There are no active Navy SEAL pilots except for those who left the SEALs and joined separate army or navy programs.
Military pay is determined by rank, time in grade, MOS, and years served.
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.
For a full Navy Seal pay chart visit - navyseals.com/nsw/pay-charts
SEAL Team members make the same money that all other Navy Officers make. They may get some additional money for being jump qualified. The officer pay scale is based on their rank and their time in service. Look for the Officer level area in the Pay Scale charts which can be found on their recruiting site.
Navy SEAL by far.
Navy SEAL. If you can take it.
Tell him that one of his brothers died.
Navy SEAL officers can get deployed for as long as 8 to 10 months out of the year, not counting the times that they will be gone for training also.
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.
It depends on your rank, look up Navy pay scales in google.
The US Navy SEALS use pretty much all of the Navy ratings. There are no special ratings for that unit.
Special Operater. Navy SEAL.
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.
There are no stars on the Navy Seal breast insignia.
A Navy SEAL can become a sniper, then an officer if he has an education.