A member of SEAL Qualification Training Class 334 receives his special warfare (SEAL) device, known as a “trident,” during a graduation ceremony at Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Center in Coronado, Calif., Nov. 22. The class graduated following a strenuous, 65-week training program. NSW Basic Training Command falls under NSW Center, which provides initial and advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy’s elite SEAL and Special Boat Teams.
The Pic of the Day: SEAL Training Class 334 graduates
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