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Disc 1 Welcome to BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL) - From "The Grinder" to "Surf Torture," the training begins with a punishing series of physical and mental tests that will push students to their limits. And this is just the first day. It Pays to Be a Winner - With a one-mile bay swim in frigid water, the best students rise to the top...and half the class drops out by the end of the first week.
Disc 2 Two Weeks and a Long Day - Week One is over, and the remaining students of Class 234 are battered, bruised and exhausted. See how poor teamwork results in one candidate's injury and how two team leaders cost their crews serious punishment. Hell Week - This is the eliminator. For 24 hours a day, six days straight, candidates are put through a brutal set of tests designed to bring each of them to his breaking point and challenge him to push beyond it.
Disc 3 The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday - Students must combat fear and panic underwater as they learn advanced scuba and breathing techniques. Those who make it must undergo a simulated combat dive that demands extreme levels of precision . The Home Stretch - This is the training's most dangerous phase. Using real explosives and live ammunition, candidates learn demolition tactics, land navigation and combat maneuvers. The final hurdle is a nighttime, live-fire mission on a simulated enemy base.
It was interesting to really learn how BUD/s classes work and how difficult the training is. I have a great respect for all military. The SEALS are quite an elite group of men. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Lynn
I don't know what I was expecting but, this turned out to be very boring...same thing over and over...save your money...Published 1 month ago by Louis Heller
Bought this many years ago so sorry I haven't reviewed it. Great DVD set. Very motivating.Published 2 months ago by Joseph H. Chang
A truly excellent documentary of candidates trying to make it to the seal teams, where they are still in training before they earn the right to wear the trident.Published 3 months ago by Jay Bluett
The movie was great,and I loved watching every minute of it!Published 3 months ago by Evelyn Colbert