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This is a four-hour, in-depth, behind-the-curtain look at the most prestigious fighting force in the world - the Navy Seals. From their inception in WWII (and the pivotal role the Seals played in D-Day) and through their missions in Vietnam, we trace the Seals rise to a watershed moment in 1980. After a failed government mission to rescue American hostages in Iran, Navy Seal Team Six - the elite of the elite - is formed. Seal Team Six is responsible for some of the most daring and iconic missions in U.S. military history, from the rescue of Captain Richard Phillips from Somali pirates to the epic take down of Osama Bin Laden. Their crucial role in the 21st century nature of war has made them a lethal team of highly-trained soldiers capable of executing missions anywhere in the world, at any time, against any enemy, and in near total secrecy.
A terrorist insurgency turns Iraqi cities into cauldrons of violence, the Navy SEALs help turn the tide; the SEALs expertise in small-unit tactics, physical endurance and sheer grit make them an invaluable asset to the U.S. Army and Marines.
The Navy SEALs pursue America's enemies all across the globe; they hunt down the worst of the worst and bring them to justice.
Extreme training and combat expertise are only part of what make the SEALs the world's most effective fighting force. What truly sets them apart is their warrior ethos: a code of honor combining courage, discipline, and unhesitating willingness to risk life and limb to accomplish the mission or aid a fallen fellow soldier. This ethos has been tested like never before over the last two decades, with relentless, unprecedented periods of combat in which the SEALs have played out an outsized role. Many SEALs carry permanent injuries, and many have lost their lives–but none of them regret helping defend their nation and their brothers in arms.
Whether it is one of their own, or a civilian caught in the chaos of war, combat rescue is one of the most important–and dangerous–roles at which the Navy SEALs excel. Using the three traits they are best known for–speed, surprise and violence of action, the SEALs are sent across the globe to take on rescue missions few others would dare attempt. From the jungles of Vietnam to the mountains of Afghanistan, the SEALs have proved time and again that when it comes to risking their own lives to bring the good guys back home, they are a breed apart.
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