Hooyah! UDT/Seal, Stories of the 1960s
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Hooyah! UDT/Seal, Stories of the 1960s Routine and Offbeat Exploits That Team Members Have Been Talking and Laughing About for Years. Some Are Humorous and Some Are Not. Second Edition

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Published by HeritageBooks, Inc .
Written in English


Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages288
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11104824M
ISBN 100788442503
ISBN 109780788442506
OCLC/WorldCa123076838

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Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Hooyah! UDT/Seal, Stories of the s: Routine and Offbeat Exploits That Team Members Have Been Talking and Laughing About for Years. Some Are Humorous and Some Are Not. Second Edition at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. The new Second Editionof HOOYAH! stories plus all the stories from the First Edition. Most of the stories relate to West Coast BUDS Training and Class The remaining stories relate to specific events supported by the Teams during the 's. Historic events such as. UDT-SEAL Stories of the 's Richard G. "Nick" Nickelson (click on thumbnail photo to enlarge) Home Page His book is a great read with humor. Hooyah, Ken. one related to this story. On his last day, or the day a man was scheduled to leave the teams, this cauldron would be filled with water and ice. This story was perpetuated by newspaper articles and books written during the postwar period, and, as a result, it became the common understanding among the SEAL and UDT men for decades thereafter. While the great majority of training was conducted at Fort Pierce, recently discovered documentation now portrays a larger picture.

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