Navy SEALs BUDS Training “Someone Special” Part 1. Extreme SEAL Experience.com

Navy SEAL Team “Part One” early recruiting video. Made during a brief period when BUDS ran Land Warfare Phase as Second Phase of Training, and Combat Diving as Third Phase. www.extremesealexperience.com

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  1. Hman240 says:

    Start as soon as you can. I’m 16 and I just started to prepare. I feel like I waited to long, but I will have to work beyond any limit I know.

  2. milkduds1001 says:

    I believe with a waiver you can extend that age to 32.

  3. FutureSEAL97 says:

    @Sixguns Magee are you talking about the pilots or something because I’m pretty sure those are all Navy SEALs because the video was made by the Navy and was posted on here by a former SEAL

  4. katienj80 says:

    You can join BUDS at the age of 17 but no later than the age of 29.

  5. Bob Aspen says:

    Wonder what year these videos were produced. Judging by the part II looks like early 80s, maybe late 70s.

  6. xxmscottxx says:

    At wht age should you join the seals and how long before that should you start training?

  7. newspot221 says:

    I noticed that this was posted a year ago. How did you fare? I’m currently considering joining and I would love for you to relate your experiences if you could. =)

  8. philly9084 says:

    they assign you a backup job and if you fail at buds then you go to that job

  9. TheLuciferianAvatar says:

    Awesome video.

  10. jumpthenoob says:

    if you fail do you have to join the navy as something else?

  11. TheCptcolin says:

    this is very cool, and it reminds of my great grandpa, he was on the first SEAL team ever

  12. standoucheman says:

    I’m currently in the DEP (Delayed Entry Program) for SEALs. Can’t wait until I leave!!!!!! Hooooya!

  13. longr8nge says:

    When the SEALS are about to enter the bunker, the “enemy” soldier at 3:43 looks like he only received a shoulder wound. There was only one shot fired/heard. Wouldn’t he be a possible exit threat?

  14. Jackassbobby112 says:

    That was the fastest rope rappelling I’ve ever seen. Also, a great image on what a Real SEALs life really is. Thank-you.

  15. Jackassbobby112 says:

    Was there any thought of not giving up?

  16. NavyCSAR says:

    When I joined in 93′ this is what they showed me on my p3 day of boot camp. I passed the test on try 2 went to buds 191 and had no idea how tough it was. Got my ass handed to me. At least I tried and have the balls to say I failed. I should have prepped better I guess.

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  18. sullivanmc says:

    I love that old school stuff!

  19. SEALHopeful28 says:

    Haha same here. I have cousins in the SEALs. I want to be one really bad, and i have to keep the tradition alive ahah

  20. CrazyHermit says:

    is this the 1980’s or 1990’s?

  21. jonisawesome0 says:

    a huey?

  22. PBlover14 says:

    Wow awesome my Grandfather was an early UDT! I need to keep the UDT/SEAL tradition in my family now!

  23. PBlover14 says:

    Hey Don, were you in this? haha

  24. Buds131 says:

    It take two bullets from an M-14 to kill a bad guy.

    The first one knocks the tree down he’s hiding behind… and the second bullet kills him…

  25. jdf1972 says:

    I wonder if that helo was from HAL-5, the predeccsor to my old squadron HCS-5. We supported the West Coast SEAL teams and also we went to San Clemente Island for a week to fly the third phase students to assist in some of their training. This was back in the early to mid-1990’s. Man, I sure miss those days. The UDT/SEAL instructors were very professional and really cool to us and one taught me how to climb the ropes the students have to do before entering the chow hall.

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