By Dennis Chalker, Kevin Dockery
They got here from all over around the state to join the main elite scuffling with crew on the earth: the U.S. military SEALs. At a no-frills education base at the seashores of the Pacific Ocean the vulnerable and unworthy will be quick eradicated -- and the robust might research the genuine which means of ache, fatigue, and persistence. The routine used to be brutal and mythical, designed to punish and metal the physique and push the spirit to its very limits. And on the finish of 1 fantastic week of torture these with no the mettle will be damaged and discarded ... and people destined for greatness might comprehend it.From Command grasp leader Dennis Chalker -- "plankowner" of the fabled SEAL crew Six and himself a survivor of "Hell Week" -- comes a riveting novel of blistering authenticity that takes readers throughout the grueling BUD/s education approach -- as a handful of America's top are miraculously remodeled from mere warriors ... to army SEALs.
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Jeremy White was a brand-new bosun’s mate, having only graduated from the three-week training class the day before. But now he was ﬁnally getting to where he wanted to be in the Navy—BUD/S training, where he would learn to become a SEAL. Jeremy had been in the Navy all of three months, most of that time spent in boot camp at the Navy Recruit Training Center near the airport in San Diego. He found it an interesting city, though almost anyplace would have seemed interesting to a young man raised in the farm country of central Ohio.
Quietly closing the door behind him, White looked at the dejected young men who had jumped to attention. He sat down on a bunk, looked up and told the three to take a seat. As the students sat down, he began to tell them a story about when he’d gone through training. “First of all, I’ve got to tell you gentlemen something,” he said. “I haven’t been in the position of Command master chief here for even a full morning yet. I just arrived from the East Coast and haven’t settled in at all. You are the ﬁrst students I’ve talked to, and the ﬁrst ones I have ever talked to who have rung out.
And both men laughed. Chapter Two 29 January 1974 It had been a short bus ride in an uncomfortable gray Navy bus to the Naval Amphibious Base in Coronado. Jeremy White was a brand-new bosun’s mate, having only graduated from the three-week training class the day before. But now he was ﬁnally getting to where he wanted to be in the Navy—BUD/S training, where he would learn to become a SEAL. Jeremy had been in the Navy all of three months, most of that time spent in boot camp at the Navy Recruit Training Center near the airport in San Diego.
Hell Week: SEALs in Training by Dennis Chalker, Kevin Dockery