To Be a U. S. Navy Seal by Cliff Hollenbeck
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This is an introduction into what it really means to be a U.S. Navy SEAL in today's U.S. Navy-in the sea, in the air, and on the land. The U.S. Navy's elite specialists are among the most highly trained forces capable of undertaking dangerous missions into enemy territory. Hollenbeck takes you through the relentless twenty-five week training, including "hell" week, when soldiers are put through five days of training with fewer than 4 hours of sleep.About the Author and Photographer:Cliff Hollenbeck and Dick Couch followed SEAL Class 228 through months of rigorous training. Their words and photos are one of the most accurate portrayals of this demanding program ever put into print.

About Cliff Hollenbeck

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Cliff Hollenbeck is a professional photographer and filmmaker. He is the coauthor of "Freelance Photographer's Handbook," "Make-Up Techniques for Photography," and "Swimsuit Model Photography," He lives in Seattle.
Published October 15, 2003 by Zenith Press. 160 pages
Genres: History, War, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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