In part six of the interview Dick tells us about the single biggest point of contention he faced in creating SEAL Team Six: Teaching SEALs to fly airplanes so they could arrive at the scene of a hijacked airplane unnoticed by the hijackers. Big Navy hated the idea of enlisted pilots flying rather than officers and leased civilian aircraft rather than official marked Navy aircraft.

Dick also reveals that his initial training budget for ammunition for SEAL Team Six, was more money than the Marine Corps received for ammunition.  It must have been a tidy sum of money.

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