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Hello fine people of militaryimages.net. I was thinking that it was time to start a thread about the US NAVY SEALS.
Remember that this thread is only for US NAVY SEALS related matters.
Since I have a huge file of USN SEALS pictures and videos I will start posting
thanks to all of you who can join and support this thread

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Final set for tonight,

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ATLANTIC OCEAN (September 18, 2019) A member assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 conducts military dive operations off the East Coast of the United States. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) invests in the training and development of sustainable capabilities, capacity and concepts to sharpen the competitive advantage of U.S. Navy Special Operation Forces (SOF). (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/RELEASED)

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ATLANTIC OCEAN (September 18, 2019) A member assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 conducts military dive operations off the East Coast of the United States. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) invests in the training and development of sustainable capabilities, capacity and concepts to sharpen the competitive advantage of U.S. Navy Special Operation Forces (SOF). (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/RELEASED)


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UNITED STATES (July 18, 2019) Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group TWO conduct military air operations in the United States. U.S. Navy SEALs engage in a continuous training cycle to improve and further specialize skills needed to conduct missions from sea, air and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr./Released)


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Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group TWO conduct military mobility operations in the United States. U.S. Navy SEALs engage in a continuous training cycle to improve and further specialize skills needed to conduct missions from sea, air and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr./Released)

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UNITED STATES (July 18, 2019) Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group TWO conduct military land warfare operations in the United States. U.S. Navy SEALs engage in a continuous training cycle to improve and further specialize skills needed to conduct missions from sea, air and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr./Released)

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(July 10, 2019) Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group TWO conduct military land warfare operations in the United States. U.S. Navy SEALs engage in a continuous training cycle to improve and further specialize skills needed to conduct missions from sea, air and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr./Released)

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-ATLANTIC OCEAN (September 18, 2019) A member assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 conducts military dive operations off the East Coast of the United States. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) invests in the training and development of sustainable capabilities, capacity and concepts to sharpen the competitive advantage of U.S. Navy Special Operation Forces (SOF). (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/RELEASED)


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-ATLANTIC OCEAN (September 18, 2019) A member assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 conducts donning and doffing dive gear during dive operations off the East Coast of the United States. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) invests in the training and development of sustainable capabilities, capacity and concepts to sharpen the competitive advantage of U.S. Navy Special Operation Forces (SOF). (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/RELEASED)

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-ATLANTIC OCEAN (September 18, 2019) Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group 2 conduct military dive operations off the East Coast of the United States. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) invests in the training and development of sustainable capabilities, capacity and concepts to sharpen the competitive advantage of U.S. Navy Special Operation Forces (SOF). (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jayme Pastoric/RELEASED)

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UNITED STATES (June 05, 2019) Members assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group TWO conduct military air operations in the United States. U.S. Navy SEALs engage in a continuous training cycle to improve and further specialize skills needed to conduct missions from sea, air and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr./Released)
 
Operation Red Wings,

Informally referred to as the Battle of Abbas Ghar (often incorrectly called "Operation Redwing" or "Operation Red Wing"), was a combined / joint military operation during the War in Afghanistan in the Pech District of Afghanistan's Kunar Province, on the slopes of a mountain named Sawtalo Sar, approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of Kunar's provincial capital of Asadabad, in late June through mid-July 2005. Operation Red Wings was intended to disrupt local anti-coalition militia (ACM) activity, thus contributing to regional stability and thereby facilitating the Afghan Parliament elections scheduled for September 2005. At the time, anti-coalition militia activity in the region was carried out most notably by a small group, led by a local man from Nangarhar Province, Ahmad Shah, who had aspirations of regional Islamic fundamentalist prominence. He and his small group were among the primary targets of the operation.

The operation was conceived by the 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marines (2/3) of the U.S. Marine Corps based on an operational model developed by 2/3's sister battalion, the 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marines (3/3), which had preceded the 2nd Battalion in their combat deployment. It utilized special operations forces (SOF) units and assets, including members of the U.S. Navy SEALs and the U.S. Army Special Operations Command's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) (SOAR(A)), for the opening phase of the operation.[2] A team of four Navy SEALs, tasked for surveillance and reconnaissance of a group of structures known to be used by Shah and his men, fell into an ambush by Shah and his group just hours after inserting into the area by Fast-roping from an MH-47 helicopter.[2] Three of the four SEALs were killed, and a quick reaction force helicopter sent in for their aid was shot down with a rocket-propelled grenade fired from an RPG-7, killing all eight U.S. Navy SEALs and all eight U.S. Army Special Operations aviators on board.

The operation then became known as "Red Wings II" and lasted approximately three more weeks, during which time the bodies of the deceased SEALs and Army Special Operations aviators were recovered and the only surviving member of the initial team, Marcus Luttrell, was rescued. While the goal of the operation was partially achieved, Shah regrouped in Pakistan and returned with more men and armament, aided by the notoriety he gained from the Red Wings ambush and helicopter shootdown. Several weeks later, Shah's group in Kunar Province was stricken to a point of inoperability and Shah was seriously wounded, during Operation Whalers in August 2005. In April 2008, Shah was killed during a shootout with Pakistani police in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

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Former Navy SEAL Shawn Ryan during his time in Baghdad
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