NAVY SEAL QUALIFICATION
The Road to the Trident
Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training
Post-BUD/S Training
SEAL Qualification Training
PRODEV
Unit Level Training
Squadron Integration Training
Preparation
Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL
Training (BUDS) – 28 Weeks +
• Indoctrination Course 3 Weeks
• First Phase
7 Weeks
Conditioning, Hell Week, Hydrographic Recons
• Second Phase
9 Weeks
Open Circuit, Draeger LAR V Closed Circuit
• Third Phase
9 Weeks
Basic Weapons, Basic/UW Demo, Patrolling
Post-BUDS Training
• Everyone – Army Airborne Training
• Enlisted – SEAL Qualification Training (SQT)
• Officers
– SERE School
2 Weeks
– Range Safety Officer Course
1 Week
– Diving Supervisor’s Course
1 Week
– Junior Officer’s Training Course
5 Weeks
– Various Admin/Supervisory Courses
SEAL Qualification Training
• SQT: The Road to the Trident
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19 Weeks
Combat Field Medical (TCCC)
NSW Basic Communications
Maritime Operations
CQC – Sig Sauer/MP-5 SMG/M-4
Marksmanship, M-4/M-14
Close Quarter Defense
Land Warfare; Niland, CA
Combat Swimmer Course
Air Operations/Admin/Graduation
Cold Weather/Land Nav Trng in Kodiak
1 Week
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2 Weeks
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4 Weeks
2 Weeks
1 Week
4 Weeks
Professional Development Period
Individual Training – 6 Months
• Draeger UBA: Pre/post dive rig, trim dives, pace
count/UW nav. course, day/night
• Marksmanship: M-4 zeroed @ 300 yds.
day/night, CQC for primary/secondary gun
• Landnav: Eight pt. map/compass course,
day/night, GPS quals.
• Airops: Static line/MFF equipment jumps,
day/night
• Force protection, CBR, Medical, CQD, LBE gear
Professional Development Contd.
Selected Individual Training – 6 Mo.
• Snipers (4): Mk-4, M-14, SR-25, 300 Winmag,
.50 cal; digital imagery, optics, photo intel
• TAC-P (2): NSW CAS COI (Fallon,NV)
• MFF(8): Yuma, AZ
• Linguists (2-4): DLI, Targeted Languages
• Corpsmen (2): 18D/IDC and SOT trained
• DPV/Mobility (2-4): DPVs and HMMWVs
• NSW Communications (2)
• Zodiac/OMC Schools (2)
• Advanced Special Operations Trng. (6)
• Other Schools/Training: AIT/Ranger
Unit Level Training – The Platoon
6-Months
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Rotary Wing-fast roping/rappelling
Fixed Wing-equipment jumps
Basic Tactics Review
Weapons, Demo, IADs *
Assaults/PMS
Land Warfare FTX
Sniper/Urban Taskings
Close Quarter Combat
Operations in Urban Terrain
1 Week
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4 Weeks
2 Weeks
3 Weeks
1 Week
3 Weeks
3 Weeks
Ordnance List: Four-Week Land Warfare
Training - Two Platoons – 32 Men
126,000 5.56mm rounds for M-14 Rifle
75,000 5.56mm linked rounds for Mk-46 SAW
4,000 7.62mm rounds for M-14 Rifle
175,000 7.62mm linked rounds for Mk-43 MG
4,000 .50 caliber rounds
2,000 7.65 mm short rounds for AK-47
2,000 9mm rounds for Sig Sauer pistol
2,000 12-guage 00-buck shotgun rounds
1,000 40mm grenade rounds; 200 hand grenades
750 60mm mortar rounds
150 Carl Gustav rockets
40 AT-4 rockets, 26 LAAW rockets
Unit Level Training – The Platoon
6-Months, Continued
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GOPLATs
VBSS
Maritime Operations
Hydro Recons/UW Demo/OTB
Combat Swimmer Course
More CQD Work
1 Week
1 Week
2 Weeks
2 Weeks
3 Weeks
1 Week
Squadron Interoperability Training
6-Months
• Team to Squadron Transition
– NSW Assets:
• 8 SEAL Teams
• 2 SDV Teams
– MK-8 SDVs
• 2 Special Boat squadrons
– Mk-Vs,11 meter RIBs
– Team Strength: 6 Operating Platoons (2 O/14 E)
– Total Team strength: 119
– D - 180; Team pluses up to Squadron
Squadron Interoperability Training
6-Months
– Squadron Composition (Approx 250 pers.)
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6+ SEAL Platoons (2 O/14 E)
2/3 Task Units (2O /4 E-6-8)
1 SDV Platoon (2 O/8 E SEALs, 6 SDV Techs)
2 Mk V Dets (2 MK Vs, 1 O/8-10 E-4-7)
4 RIB Dets (2 RIBs, 1 E-7/6 E-4-6)
EOD Det (1 O/6 E-4-7)
MCT (2 E-7/11 E-4-6)
Loggies, Cryppies, Techies,
Marines?? Marines will be a SOF component
Squadron Deployment
6-Months
– Squadron Predeployment Trng; Interoperability
Exercises, Sustainment Trng, C4, CQD
– West Coast: PACOM, CENTCOM
– East Coast: EUCOM, SOUTHCOM, CENTCOM
– Taskings:
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SR and DA
MIO AND LIO
Maritime Specific?
Think about the Boyd Loop/OODA Loop
Think about COIN—Really think about COIN
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO
PREPARE FOR BUD/S?
Physically
Professionally
Morally
The Men you will lead
The job ahead
A final thought . . .
NEVER GIVE IN!
Never, Never, Never
- in nothing great or small, large or
petty – never give in except to
convictions of honor and good sense.
Winston Churchill
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Ordnance List: Three-Week Land Warfare Training