Navy

E300:Special Warfare Operator - SEAL

SEALs are named after the environments in which they operate, the SEa, Air and Land, and are the foundation of Naval Special Warfare combat forces. They are organized, trained and equipped to conduct a variety of special operations missions in all operational environments. Training is extremely demanding, both mentally and physically, producing the world's best warriors in the sea, air, and on land.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Combat


Military Duties:

Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) perform a multitude of duties in support of special operations missions and operate on, under and from the sea, in the air and on land. These duties require skills in combat diving, paradrop and air operations, small boat operations, submarine and submersible operations, land warfare, small unit tactics, mounted and dismounted operations, small arms and crew served weapons, explosives, communications, tactical medicine, mission planning, intelligence gathering and interpretation, joint and combined operations, and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Explosive (CBRNE) defense measures in all environments including urban, desert, jungle, arctic, and mountain warfare.

Military Duties Translated:

Patrol property and enforce property rules and regulations. Make rounds to check doors and other access points. Monitor closed-circuit security feeds to identify potential threats. Deny entry to unauthorized people. Provide entry to authorized people. Question and detain people who enter the property without authorization. Alert the police.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Private Security Guard