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Seals In Action

Author: Kevin Dockery
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780380758869
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In 1944, before wet suits, swim fins and scuba equipment; before waterproof watches and compasses were commonplace; before anyone knew what to expect from special unit missions--and men-- operating underwater, the U.S. Navy had a handful of daring UDTs (Underwater Demolition Teams) carrying out missions along the coasts of the Pacific islands prior to invasions by Marine and Army units! These were the forerunners of today's SEALs. in SEALs in Action you'll meet the men who volunteer--and learn what it takes to earn the Trident insignia they wear with justifiable price.

Navy Seals In Action

Author: Nel Yomtov
Publisher: Bearport Publishing
ISBN: 1597166308
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Introduces an elite group of soldiers, the Navy SEALs, discussing their history, missions, training, and equipment.

Us Navy Seals In Action

Author: Hans Halberstadt
Publisher: Zenith Press
ISBN: 9780879389932
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A close-up look at the SEALs, their equipment, uniforms, tactics, and training.

Seal Team Seven 04 Direct Action

Author: Keith Douglass
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101558792
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During an attack on a terrorist group in Port Sudan, Lieutenant Blake Murdock and his SEAL team uncover three million dollars in counterfeit currency. When officials link the money to an economic terrorism plot on the U.S. currency system, there is only one solution—infiltrate and terminate. Murdock and his SEALs have their marching orders: destroy the Lebanese warehouse that’s producing the fake cash. But there’s one minor problem. The warehouse is teeming with well-armed terrorists who would like nothing more than to take on Navy SEALs.

Seals Fur Seals Sea Lions And Walrus

Author: P. J. H. Reijnders
Publisher: IUCN
ISBN: 9782831701417
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Intended to increase awareness of pinnipeds and their conservation needs. It includes an overview of the status of all pinniped species, followed by recommended actions. It is an important contribution to the further implementation of the Global Plan of Action for Marine Mammals, initiated in 1985 by FAO/IUCN/IWC/UNEP.

Combat Swimmer

Author: Robert A. Gormly
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101459942
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For the first time in trade paperback-a classic memoir of Navy SEALs in action. In gripping prose, Captain Robert A. Gormly tells about his days as a leader in the Navy SEALs- taking readers into the night, into the water, and into battle on some of the most hair-raising missions ever assigned. Trained to a fine fighting edge just in time for Vietnam, Gormly served two tours of duty and engaged in top-secret missions in the Persian Gulf. Here, he shares his viewpoint and his experience-including what is perhaps the most graphic description ever of SEAL action in the invasion of Grenada. Gormly takes readers behind the myth of this awesome team, revealing how their lives depend on their unprecedented expertise and unparalleled courage.

Seal

Author: Michael J. Walsh
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671868535
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Documenting twenty-six years with the Navy's most elite special force, Lt. Commander Michael J. Walsh's harrowing story includes five tours of Vietnam--one in the top-secret Phoenix program--and combat assignments in Lebanon and drug-infested Central America. Original.

U S Navy Seals 2015

Author: Zenith Press Staff
Publisher: Race Point Publishing
ISBN: 1937994716
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U.S. Navy SEALs 2015 provides an up-close and personal look at this legendary elite fighting force. Featured are photographs of SEALs in action. The term SEAL is derived from these special operations warriors' ability to operate on the sea, air, and land. From freefall high-altitude parachuting, to patrolling, to fast-roping from a helicopter, to clearing rooms in a building, this calendar demonstrates the variety of SEAL capabilities. Of particular interest are photos of preliminary SEAL training in the BUD/S course (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL), including the notorious Hell Week.

Review Of Submarine Escape Action Levels For Selected Chemicals

Author: Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309082943
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On-board fires can occur on submarines after events such as collision or explosion. These fires expose crew members to toxic concentrations of combustion products such as ammonia, carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride, and hydrogen sulfide. Exposure to these substances at high concentrations may cause toxic effects to the respiratory and central nervous system; leading possible to death. T protect crew members on disabled submarines, scientists at the U.S. Navy Health Research Center's Toxicology Detachment have proposed two exposure levels, called submarine escape action level (SEAL) 1 and SEAL 2, for each substance. SEAL 1 is the maximum concentration of a gas in a disabled submarine below which healthy submariners can be exposed for up to 10 days without encountering irreversible health effects while SEAL 2 the maximum concentration of a gas in below which healthy submariners can be exposed for up to 24 hours without experiencing irreversible health effects. SEAL 1 and SEAL 2 will not impair the functions of the respiratory system and central nervous system to the extent of impairing the ability of crew members in a disabled submarine to escape, be rescued, or perform specific tasks. Hoping to better protect the safety of submariners, the chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery requested that the National Research Council (NRC) review the available toxicologic and epidemiologic data on eight gases that are likely to be produced in a disabled submarine and to evaluate independently the scientific validity of the Navy's proposed SEALs for those gases. The NRC assigned the task to the Committee on Toxicology's (COT's) Subcommittee on Submarine Escape Action Levels. The specific task of the subcommittee was to review the toxicologic, epidemiologic, and related data on ammonia, carbon monoxide, chlorine, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen dioxide, and sulfur dioxide in order to validate the Navy's proposed SEALs. The subcommittee also considered the implications of exposures at hyperbaric conditions and potential interactions between the eight gases. Review of Submarine Escape Action Levels for Selected Chemicals presents the subcommittee's findings after evaluation human data from experimental, occupational, and epidemiologic studies; data from accident reports; and experimental-animal data. The evaluations focused primarily on high-concentration inhalation exposure studies. The subcommittee's recommended SEALs are based solely on scientific data relevant to health effects. The report includes the recommendations for each gas as determined by the subcommittee as well as the Navy's original instructions for these substances.

Seals

Author: Mir Bahmanyar
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1780960778
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Since their creation in 1983, the US Navy SEALs have been involved in unconventional warfare around the globe, undertaking crucial and clandestine missions. These have included traditional underwater missions such as in Panama in 1989, the taking down of ships and also gas and oil platforms, and more recently, sniping and other missions in land-locked countries like Afghanistan. They have adapted their training, their tactics and their weapons to enable them to remain the best in whatever task they are set. This book covers the organization of the SEALs, their famously demanding recruitment, their equipment, and their missions. The authors have interviewed many past and serving SEALs, who tell their stories in their own words.