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  • n. Plural form of SEAL.


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  • “That’s why they call SEALs snake-eaters,” I said.

    Rogue Warrior

  • One 26-year-old member of the Navy's Sea, Air and Land Team, commonly known as SEALs, made a unique request.

    For Those in the Military, Wills Are Sad Necessities

  • There was a jump thirty seconds ago as well, just after Condor called the SEALs the first time.

    Hell Island

  • Even worse, the military source said that the prosecution of the SEALs was a cause dear to the White House, which pursued it relentlessly as payback for an earlier action taken by the SEALs: killing the Somali jihadist pirates who held hostage Capt.

    Post-American Presidency

  • Each of the SEALs was aware of “the strictly correct military decision” — namely, that it would be suicide to let the goatherds live.

    Balloon Juice » 2007 » August

  • Simply put, the SEALs are a branch of the US Navy and the SBS Special Boat Service are British Royal Marines, i believe.

    Campaign promises and JTF 2

  • The SEALs were an honorable operation and not something you ran back to with your tail between your legs when you failed someplace else.

    The Lions of Lucerne

  • Among the SEALs were a dog handler and a dog that would remind outsiders of Cujo, but held a special place in the hearts of the squadron.

    NY Daily News

  • "The SEALs will be the first to remind everyone that the `L' in SEAL stands for land," says retired Army Gen. Doug Brown, former commander of U.S. Special Operations Command in Tampa, Fla.

    NPR Topics: News

  • After the Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden, even the commander in chief called the SEALs Special Forces. Front Page


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