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Coronado, Calif. (Sept. 17, 2005) – Basic Underwater Demolition/Sea, Air, and Land (SEAL) students help a physically challenged Superfrog Triathlon competitor out of the ocean during the 27th Annual, Naval Special Warfare Superfrog Triathlon. The event was conducted along the Silver Strand and on board Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. Designed by Navy SEALs in 1978, the Superfrog is the first and longest running half Ironman distance triathlon. The course incorporates a 1.2-mile open ocean swim, 54-mile bike ride, and 13.1-mile run. Superfrog is open to active-duty and retired military, DoD civilians, family members and sponsored guests. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 3rd Class Timothy F. Sosa (RELEASED)

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Eastern Afghanistan, Feb. 12, 2002- – A Navy SEAL (SEa Air Land) observes munitions being destroyed. The SEALs discovered the munitions while conducting a Sensitive Site Exploitation (SSE) mission in Eastern Afghanistan. Navy Special Operations Forces are conducting missions in Afghanistan in support Operation Enduring Freedom. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer’s Mate 1st Class Tim Turner. (RELEASED)

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SAN DIEGO (April 6, 2010) First Phase Basic Underwater Demolition/SEALs (BUD/S) candidates use teamwork to perform physical training exercises with a 600 pound log at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. Log physical training exercises are one of many physically demanding evolutions that are part of first phase training at BUD/S. The Navy SEALs are the maritime component of U.S. Special Operations Forces, and are trained to conduct a variety of operations from the sea, air, and land. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Shauntae Hinkle-Lymas/Released)

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