Navy SEAL Training

Looking for a Navy SEAL training program to prepare you for BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL)? If so, you've come to the right place.

Given the 80% attrition rate of BUD/S, you simply cannot go in unprepared or you've already DOR'd (drop on request, aka quit) before you've begun.

Going out for SEALs can also be a risky proposition. In the Army, a soldier who voluntarily or involuntarily withdraws from Ranger or Special Forces training will be reassigned to another Infantry unit (often the 82nd or 101st, if the soldier has made it through Airborne school).

However, in the Navy, you're likely to find yourself serving a tour in a position that has nothing to do with your SEAL ambitions, which can be a hard pill to swallow.

To get a taste of BUD/S and what it's like to be on a Team, we recommend Extreme SEAL Experience, run by retired SEAL Senior Chief Don Shipley.

Extreme SEAL Experience offers two different one week programs, which can also be taken together for a discount. Evolutions include helocasting, direct action missions with airsoft rifles, close quarter combat, Hell Night (a 24+ hour taste of the infamous Hell Week), and much more.

This is as close as you can get to BUD/S training without heading to Coronado. To learn more about Extreme SEAL Experience and view their photo galleries and videos, visit their website today.