Kolton Hess, a 10-years-old boy, partnered with the Make-a-Wish foundation and visited his favorite Navy SEALs. During his visit, Kolton worked out with SEAL operators, witnessed static displays, and was even made an honorary frogman and received his own Trident. According to the Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), “Kolton’s wish is to become a Navy SEAL when he grows up… Thank You, Kolton, for sharing a great day with us and welcome aboard as the newest member of the Team!”
The Pic of the Day: Boy becomes honorary SEAL
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