Navy Seal Reveals How To Survive Being Drowned.
It takes a special person to become a Navy SEAL. The training is the most gruelling and demanding than any military force in the world. After all, they are responsible in handling the country’s most important missions.
This special operation force is trained to operate in Sea, Air, and Land which is where their name derives from. Due to the nature of their job, these elite soldiers do not only have to be physically at their prime but they have to have the mental preparation to handle and survive any life threatening situation they are in.
Retired Navy SEAL, Clint Emerson wrote a civilian version of the SEAL’s survival guide called 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation. In the book, Emerson provides techniques to survive dangerous situations. He reveals how to survive from drowning even if your hands are tied.
Navy SEALS go through rigorous training.
Only 1 per cent of those who enter the basic training actually complete it. Even so, that does not guarantee the trainee will become a SEAL.
Navy SEALS start and finish every operation through water.
Some of the training includes standing in the ocean and not moving till given an instruction, standing waist deep in a cold pool, and entering ocean waters by jumping from a helicopter.
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They are also trained to escape drowning, even with their hands and feet tied.
The SEALs are dropped in to a deep pool where the men have to get themselves back to the surface.
It is speculated that it's 90 per cent mental preparedness to be a successful Navy Seal.
Instead of panicking, it is important to keep calm in every situation.
Clint Emerson spent 20 years as part of the Navy SEALs, conducting operations around the globe.
He was part of SEAL Team SIX.
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