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The MU developed or used several innovative devices that would later allow for the creation of a special operations combat-diver capability, first in Army Special Forces Green Berets and later in US Navy SEAL units.
Perhaps the most important invention in the realm of special operations diving was the Lambertsen Rebreathing Unit LARU invented by Dr. The Lambertsen unit permitted a swimmer to remain underwater for several hours and to approach targets undetected because the LARU did not emit telltale air bubbles.
The LARU was later refined, adapted, and the technology used by the U. Army, U. Navy, and NASA. The Army Special Forces Underwater Operations School at Key West, Florida, the home of Special Forces maritime operations, draws its roots from the Maritime Unit.
Lambertsen began his involvement with OSS as a medical student offering the use of his technology to the secretive organization in In he was commissioned as an Army Officer and later joined the OSS as an Operational Swimmer.
Lambertsen himself led the OSS Maritime Unit on covert underwater missions to attach explosives to Japanese ships.
Christian Lambersten is remembered today as the 'Father of Military Underwater Operations'. Along with all the members of the OSS Maritime Unit, he was made honorary Green Berets and recognized by organizations like the UDT Navy Seal Association for their heroic and critical work.
In May , Colonel "Wild Bill" Donovan , the head of the OSS, divided the Maritime Unit into four groups and approached General MacArthur and Admiral Nimitz about using OSS men in the Pacific  Gen.
MacArthur had no interest at all. The interest in the tactical applications of the OSS Operational Swimmers ' training only developed later but most of Group A's gear was put into storage as it was not applicable to UDT work.
Nimitz approved the transfer the five officers and 24 enlisted men of Maritime Unit Operational Swimmer Group A led by Lieutenant Choate.
Choate would become commander of UDT The rest of MU Group A would fill most of UDT 10's command offices as well as many of the swimmers. Three of the men failed to make the rendezvous point for extraction.
They were reported captured in Japanese communications and identified as "BAKUHATAI" — explosive ordnance men. Prior to Operation Galvanic and Tarawa , V Amphibious Corps had identified coral as an issue for future amphibious operations.
Rear Admiral Kelly Turner , commander V Amphibious Corps had ordered a review to get a grip on the problem. VAC found that the only people having any applicable experience with the material were men in the Naval Construction Battalions.
The Admiral tasked Lt. Crist CEC with developing a method for blasting coral under combat conditions and putting together a team to do it.
Crist started by getting others he had blasted coral within CB 5. By the end of November , he had close to 30 officers and enlisted gathered at Waipio Amphibious Operating Base on Oahu.
On 23 November , the Marines suffered heavy losses at Tarawa. The second wave of landing craft ran aground on coral reefs in unexpected shallows due to the tides.
As a result, Admiral Kelly Turner requested the formation of nine underwater demolition teams for advance landing reconnaissance and demolition of beach obstructions.
Six would be assigned to VAC in the Central Pacific while the other three would go to III Amphibious Corps in the South Pacific.
UDTs 1 and 2 consisted of men Lt. Crist had gathered at Waipio. Brewster CEC UDT 1 and Lt. Crist CEC UDT 2. Crist was replaced because Admiral Conolly wanted Line Officers with combat experience.
The teams wore fatigues with life-vests and were not expected to leave their boats — similar to the NCDUs.
However, at Kwajalein Fort Pierce protocol was changed. Admiral Turner ordered daylight reconnaissance and CEC.
Lewis F. Luehrs and Seabee Chief William Atchison wore swim trunks under their fatigues anticipating they would not be able to get what the Admiral wanted by staying in the boat.
They stripped down and spent 45 minutes in the water in broad daylight. When they got out they were taken directly to Admiral Turner's flagship to report, still in their trunks.
Admiral Turner concluded that daylight reconnaissance by individual swimmers was the way to get accurate information on coral and underwater obstacles for upcoming landings.
This is what he reported to Admiral Nimitz. At Engebi Cmdr. Brewster was wounded and all of the men with Ens. Luehrs wore swim trunks under their greens.
Seabees made up the vast majority of the men in teams 1—9, 13, and The Seabees provided over half of the men in the teams that saw service.
The U. Navy did not publicize the existence of the UDTs until post-war and when they did they gave credit to Lt. Commander Kauffman and the Seabees.
Those men with the CB rating on their uniforms considered themselves Seabees that were doing underwater demolition Fig. They did not call themselves "UDTs" or " Frogmen " but rather "Demolitioneers" which had carried over from the NCDUs  and LtCdr Kauffmans recruiting them from the Seabee dynamiting and demolition school.
The next largest group of UDT volunteers came from the joint Army-Navy Scouts and Raiders school that was also in Fort Pierce and the Navy's Bomb disposal School in the Seabee dominated teams.
The actions of UDT 1 were immediately incorporated in the training which made it distinctly different from that at Fort Pierce.
The first head of training was Seabee Lt. Crist Roi-Namur. The UDT uniform had transitioned from the combat fatigues of the NCDUs to trunks, swimfins , diving masks and Ka-bars.
The men trained by the OSS had brought their swimfins with when they joined the UDTs. The last UDT operation of the war was on 4 July at Balikpapan , Borneo.
The rapid demobilization at the conclusion of the war reduced the number of active duty UDTs to two on each coast with a complement of seven officers and 45 enlisted men each.
The Korean War began on 25 June , when the North Korean army invaded South Korea. Beginning with a detachment of 11 personnel from UDT 3, UDT participation expanded to three teams with a combined strength of men.
During the "Forgotten War" the UDTs fought intensively, beginning to employ demolition expertise gained from WWII and use it for an offensive role.
Continuing to use water as cover and concealment as well as an insertion method, the Korean Era UDTs targeted bridges, tunnels, fishing nets, and other maritime and coastal targets.
They also developed a close working relationship with the Republic of Korea Underwater Demolitions Unit predecessor to the Navy Special Warfare Flotilla , which continues today.
Through their focused efforts on demolitions and mine disposal, the UDTs refined and developed their commando tactics during the Korean War.
The UDTs also accompanied South Korean commandos on raids in the North to demolish train tunnels. This was frowned upon by higher-ranking officials because they believed it was a non-traditional use of Naval forces.
Due to the nature of the war, the UDTs maintained a low operational profile. Some of the missions include transporting spies into North Korea and the destruction of North Korean fishing nets used to supply the North Korean Army.
As part of the Special Operations Group, or SOG, UDTs successfully conducted demolition raids on railroad tunnels and bridges along the Korean coast.
The UDTs specialized in a somewhat new mission: Night coastal demolition raids against railroad tunnels and bridges. The UDT men were given the task because, in the words of UDT Lieutenant Ted Fielding, "We were ready to do what nobody else could do, and what nobody else wanted to do.
UDT 1 and 3 provided personnel who went in ahead of the landing craft, scouting mud flats, marking low points in the channel, clearing fouled propellers, and searching for mines.
Four UDT personnel acted as wave-guides for the Marine landing. In October , UDTs supported mine-clearing operations in Wonsan Harbor where frogmen would locate and mark mines for minesweepers.
On 12 October , two U. UDTs rescued 25 sailors. The next day, William Giannotti conducted the first U. For the remainder of the war, UDTs conducted beach and river reconnaissance, infiltrated guerrillas behind the lines from sea, continued mine sweeping operations and participated in Operation Fishnet, which devastated the North Koreans' fishing capability.
President John F. Kennedy , aware of the situation in Southeast Asia, recognized the need for unconventional warfare and special operations as a measure against guerrilla warfare.
In a speech, to Congress , on 25 May , Kennedy spoke of his deep respect for the United States Army Special Forces.
Some people erroneously credit President Kennedy with creating the Navy SEALs. His announcement was actually only a formal acknowledgement of a process that had been underway since the Korean War.
The Navy needed to determine its role within the special operations arena. In March , Admiral Arleigh Burke , the Chief of Naval Operations , recommended the establishment of guerrilla and counter-guerrilla units.
These units would be able to operate from sea, air or land. This was the beginning of the Navy SEALs. All SEALs came from the Navy's Underwater Demolition Teams , who had already gained extensive experience in commando warfare in Korea ; however, the Underwater Demolition Teams were still necessary to the Navy's amphibious force.
The first two teams were formed in January  and stationed on both US coasts: Team One at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado , in San Diego, California and Team Two at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek , in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Formed entirely with personnel from UDTs, the SEALs mission was to conduct counter guerilla warfare and clandestine operations in maritime and riverine environments.
The SEALs attended Underwater Demolition Team replacement training and they spent some time training in UDTs. Upon making it to a SEAL team, they would undergo a SEAL Basic Indoctrination SBI training class at Camp Kerry in the Cuyamaca Mountains.
After SBI training class, they would enter a platoon and conduct platoon training. According to founding SEAL team member Roy Boehm , the SEALs' first missions were directed against communist Cuba.
These consisted of deploying from submarines and carrying out beach reconnaissance in a prelude to a proposed US amphibious invasion of the island.
On at least one occasion Boehm and another SEAL smuggled a CIA agent ashore to take pictures of Soviet nuclear missiles being unloaded on the dockside.
The Pacific Command recognized Vietnam as a potential hot spot for unconventional forces. At the beginning of , the UDTs started hydrographic surveys and along with other branches of the US Military, the Military Assistance Command Vietnam MACV was formed.
In March , SEALs were deployed to South Vietnam as advisors for the purpose of training Army of the Republic of Vietnam commandos in the same methods they were trained themselves.
The Central Intelligence Agency began using SEALs in covert operations in early The SEALs were later involved in the CIA sponsored Phoenix Program where it targeted Vietcong VC infrastructure and personnel for capture and assassination.
As the war continued, the SEALs found themselves positioned in the Rung Sat Special Zone where they were to disrupt the enemy supply and troop movements and in the Mekong Delta to fulfill riverine operations, fighting on the inland waterways.
Combat with the VC was direct. Unlike the conventional warfare methods of firing artillery into a coordinate location, the SEALs operated close to their targets.
Into the late s, the SEALs were successful in a new style of warfare, effective in anti-guerrilla and guerrilla actions. SEALs brought a personal war to the enemy in a previously safe area.
The VC referred to them as "the men with green faces," due to the camouflage face paint the SEALs wore during combat missions. In February , a small SEAL Team One detachment arrived in South Vietnam to conduct direct action missions.
SEALs also served as advisors for Provincial Reconnaissance Units and the Lein Doc Nguio Nhia, the Vietnamese SEALs. SEALs continued to make forays into North Vietnam and Laos and covertly into Cambodia , controlled by the Studies and Observations Group.
The SEALs from Team Two started a unique deployment of SEAL team members working alone with ARVN Commandos. In , a SEAL unit named Detachment Bravo Det Bravo was formed to operate these mixed US and ARVN units.
By , President Richard Nixon initiated a Plan of Vietnamization , which would remove the US from the Vietnam War and return the responsibility of defense back to the South Vietnamese.
Conventional forces were being withdrawn; the last SEAL platoon left South Vietnam on 7 December , and the last SEAL advisor left South Vietnam in March The SEALs were among the highest decorated units for their size in the war, receiving by one Medal of Honor , two Navy Crosses , 42 Silver stars , Bronze Stars , two Legions of Merit , Commendation Medals, and 51 Navy Achievement Medals  Later awards would bring the total to three Medals of Honor and five Navy Crosses.
SEAL Team One was awarded three Presidential Unit Citations and one Navy Unit Commendation; SEAL Team Two received two Presidential Unit Citations.
The Navy SEAL Museum in Fort Pierce, Florida, displays a list of the 48 SEALs who lost their lives in combat during the Vietnam War.
On 1 May , UDT—11 was redesignated as SEAL Team Five, UDT—21 was redesignated as SEAL Team Four, UDT—12 became SEAL Delivery Vehicle Team One SDVT—1 , and UDT—22 was redesignated as SDVT SEAL Team Three, was established 1 October in Coronado, California.
SEAL Team Eight was established on 1 October at Naval Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Virginia. Both SEAL Team Four and SEAL Team Six, the predecessor to DEVGRU , participated in the US invasion of Grenada.
The SEALs' two primary missions were the extraction of Grenada's Governor-General and the capture of Grenada's only radio tower. Neither mission was well briefed or sufficiently supported with timely intelligence and the SEALs ran into trouble from the very beginning.
On 24 October , twelve operators from SEAL Team Six and four Air Force Combat Control Team members CCT conducted a predawn combat airborne water insertion from C Hercules with Zodiac inflatable rubber boats 40 kilometers north of Point Salines, Grenada.
The team inserted with full combat gear in bad weather with low visibility conditions and high winds. Four SEALs drowned and were never recovered.
SEALs split into two teams and proceeded to their objectives. After digging in at the Governor's mansion, the SEALs realized they had forgotten to load their cryptographic satellite phone.
As Grenadian and Cuban troops surrounded the team, the SEALs' only radio ran out of battery power, and they used the mansion's land line telephone to call in AC gunship fire support.
The SEALs were pinned down in the mansion overnight and were relieved and extracted by a group of Marines the following morning.
The team sent to the radio station also ran into communication problems. As soon as the SEALs reached the radio facility they found themselves unable to raise their command post.
After beating back several waves of Grenadian and Cuban troops supported by BTR armored personnel carriers, the SEALs decided that their position at the radio tower was untenable.
They destroyed the station and fought their way to the water where they hid from patrolling enemy forces.
After the enemy had given up their search the SEALs, some wounded, swam into the open sea where they were extracted several hours later after being spotted by a reconnaissance aircraft.
During the closing stages of the Iran—Iraq War the United States Navy began conducting operations in the Persian Gulf to protect US-flagged ships from attack by Iranian naval forces.
A secret plan was put in place and dubbed Operation Prime Chance. Navy SEAL Teams 1 and 2 along with several Special Boat Units and EOD techs were deployed on mobile command barges and transported by helicopters from the Army's th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.
Over the course of the operation SEALs conducted VBSS Visit, Board, Search, and Seizure missions to counter Iranian mine-laying boats.
The only loss of life occurred during the takedown of the Iran Ajr. This chain of events led to Operation Praying Mantis , the largest US Naval surface engagement since the Second World War.
During Operation Desert Shield and Storm, Navy SEALs trained Kuwaiti Special Forces. They set up naval special operations groups in Kuwait, working with the Kuwaiti Navy in exile.
Using these new diving, swimming, and combat skills, these commandos took part in combat operations such as the liberation of the capital city.
The United States Navy contributed extensive special operations assets to Panama's invasion, codenamed Operation Just Cause.
This included SEAL Teams 2 and 4, Naval Special Warfare Unit 8, and Special Boat Unit 26, all falling under Naval Special Warfare Group 2; and the separate Naval Special Warfare Development Group DEVGRU.
DEVGRU fell under Task Force Blue, while Naval Special Warfare Group 2 composed the entirety of Task Force White. Task Force White was tasked with three principal objectives: the destruction of Panamanian Defense Forces PDF naval assets in Balboa Harbor and the destruction of Manuel Noriega 's private jet at Paitilla Airport collectively known as Operation Nifty Package , as well as isolating PDF forces on Flamenco Island.
The strike on Balboa Harbor by Task Unit Whiskey is notably marked in SEAL history as the first publicly acknowledged combat swimmer mission since the Second World War.
Prior to the commencement of the invasion four Navy SEALs, Lt Edward S. Coughlin, EN-3 Timothy K. Eppley, ET-1 Randy L. Beausoleil, and PH-2 Chris Dye, swam underwater into the harbor on Draeger LAR-V rebreathers and attached C4 explosives to and destroyed Noriega's personal gunboat the Presidente Porras.
Task Unit Papa was tasked with the seizure of Paitilla airfield and the destruction of Noriega's plane there. Several SEALs were concerned about the nature of the mission assigned to them being that airfield seizure was usually the domain of the Army Rangers.
Despite these misgivings and a loss of operational surprise, the SEALs of TU Papa proceeded with their mission. Almost immediately upon landing, the 48 SEALs came under withering fire from the PDF stationed at the airfield.
Although Noriega's plane was eventually destroyed, the SEALs suffered four dead and thirteen wounded. Killed were Lt. John Connors, Chief Petty Officer Donald McFaul , Torpedoman's Mate 2nd Class Issac Rodriguez, and Boatswain's Mate 1st Class Chris Tilghman.
In August , SEALs were the first western forces to deploy to the Persian Gulf as part of Operation Desert Shield.
They infiltrated Kuwait the capital city within hours of the invasion and gathered intelligence and developed plans to rescue US embassy staff should they become hostages.
SEALs were also the first to capture Iraqi Prisoners of War when they assaulted nine Kuwaiti Oil platforms on 19 January On 23 February , a seven-man SEAL team launched a mission to trick the Iraqi military into thinking an amphibious assault on Kuwait by coalition forces was imminent by setting off explosives and placing marking buoys meters off the Kuwaiti coast.
The mission was a success and Iraqi forces were diverted east away from the true coalition offensive.
On 6 December , as part of Operation Restore Hope , U. Navy SEALs and Special Boat crewmen from Naval Special Warfare Task Unit TRIPOLI began a three-day operation carrying out reconnaissance operations in the vicinity of Mogadishu airport and harbor; ahead of UNITAFs deployment to the country.
They suffered only one casualty, who was injured by an IED. In August a four-person DEVGRU SEAL sniper team was deployed to Mogadishu to work alongside Delta Force as part of Task Force Ranger in the search for Somali warlord Mohammed Farrah Aidid.
They took part in several operations in support of the CIA and Army culminating in the 3 October ' Battle of Mogadishu ' where they were part of the ground convoy raiding the Olympic Hotel.
All four SEALs would be later awarded the Silver Star in recognition of their bravery whilst Navy SEAL Howard E. Wasdin would be awarded a Purple Heart after continuing to fight despite being wounded three times during the battle.
In November of , Michael Goodboe , a CIA paramilitary officer and former SEAL Team 6 operator, died of injuries sustained in a terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia.
In the immediate aftermath of the 11 September attacks , Navy SEALs quickly dispatched to Camp Doha , and those already aboard US Naval vessels in the Persian Gulf and surrounding waters began conducting VBSS operations against ships suspected of having ties to or even carrying al Qaeda operatives.
SEAL Teams 3 and 8 also began rotating into Oman from the United States and staging on the island of Masirah for operations in Afghanistan.
One of the SEALs' immediate concerns was their lack of suitable vehicles to conduct special reconnaissance SR missions in the rough, landlocked terrain of Afghanistan.
After borrowing and retrofitting Humvees from the Army Rangers also staging on Masirah, the SEALs inserted into Afghanistan to conduct the SR of what would become Camp Rhino , as part of Operation Enduring Freedom — Afghanistan OEF-A.
These early stages of OEF were commanded by a fellow SEAL, Rear Admiral Albert Calland. As part of the CJSOTF Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force under the command of General Tommy Franks at CENTCOM , SEALs from DEVGRU were part of Task Force Sword, which was established in early October It was a black SOF Special Operations Forces unit under direct command of JSOC.
It was a so-called hunter-killer force whose primary objective was to capture or kill senior leadership and HVT within both al-Qaeda and the Taliban.
Sword was initially structured around a two-squadron component of operators from Delta Force Task Force Green and DEVGRU Task Force Blue supported by a Ranger protection force teams Task Force Red , and ISA signals intercept and surveillance operators Task Force Orange and the th SOAR Task Force Brown.
Task Force K-Bar was established on 10 October , it was formed around a Naval Special Warfare Group consisting of SEALs from SEAL Teams 2, 3 and 8 and Green Berets from 1st Battalion, 3rd SFG ; the task force was led by SEAL Captain Robert Harward.
The task force's principal task was to conduct SR and SSE missions in the south of the country. Other Coalition SOF-particularly KSK , JTF2 and New Zealand Special Air Service were assigned to the task force.
As part of the JIATF-CT Joint Interagency Task Force-Counterterrorism — intelligence integration and fusion activity manned by personnel from all Operation Enduring Freedom — Afghanistan OEF-A participating units- SEALs from DEVGRU were part of Task Force Bowie, they were embedded in the task force in AFOs Advanced Force Operations.
The AFOs were man reconnaissances units made up of Delta Force recce specialists augmented by selected SEALs from DEVGRU and supported by ISA 's technical experts.
The AFOs had been raised to support TF Sword and were tasked with intelligence preparation of the battlefield, working closely with the CIA and reported directly to Task Force Sword.
The AFOs conducted covert reconnaissance — sending small 2 or 3-man teams into al-Qaeda 'Backyard' along the border with Pakistan, the AFO operators would deploy observation posts to watch and report enemy movements and numbers as well as environmental reconnaissance; much of the work was done on foot or ATVs.
SEALs were present at the Battle of Qala-i-Jangi in November alongside their counterparts from the British SBS.
Chief Petty Officer Stephen Bass was awarded the Navy Cross for his actions during the battle. Before the US Marines landed at Camp Rhino in November , a SEAL recce team from SEAL Team 8 conducted reconnaissance of the area, they were mistakenly engaged by orbiting AH-1W attack helicopters , but the SEALs managed to get a message through to the Marines before they suffered casualties.
In January , following the Battle of Tora Bora , another series of caves was discovered in Zhawar Kili , just south of Tora Bora ; airstrikes hit the sites before SOF teams were inserted into the area.
A SEAL platoon from SEAL Team 3, including several of their Desert Patrol Vehicles, accompanied by a German KSK element, a Norwegian SOF team and JTF2 reconnaissance teams spent some nine days conducting extensive SSE, clearing an estimated 70 caves and 60 structures in the area, recovering a huge amount of both intelligence and munitions, but they didn't encounter any al-Qaeda fighters.
Task Force K-Bar conducted combat operations in the massive cave complexes near the city of Kandahar and surrounding territory, the town of Prata Ghar and hundreds of miles of rough terrain in southern and eastern Afghanistan.
Over the course of six months, Task Force K-Bar killed or captured over Taliban and al Qaeda fighters and destroyed tens of thousands of pounds of weapons and ordnance.
In February , while at Camp Rhino, the CIA passed on intelligence from a Predator drone operating in the Paktia province that Taliban Mullah Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa was spotted leaving a building by vehicle convoy.
In March , SEALs from DEVGRU, SEAL Team 2, 3 and 8 participated extensively in Operation Anaconda. During what would become known as the Battle of Takur Ghar , whilst inserting from an MHE Chinook, PO1 Neil Roberts from DEVGRU,  was thrown from his helicopter when it took fire from entrenched al Qaeda fighters.
Roberts was subsequently killed after engaging and fighting dozens of enemies for almost an hour. Several SEALs were wounded in a rescue attempt and their Air Force Combat Controller, Technical Sergeant John Chapman , was killed.
Attempts to rescue the stranded SEAL also led to the deaths of several US Army Rangers and an Air Force Pararescueman acting as a Quick Reaction Force.
Later in , CJSOFT became a single integrated command under the broader CJTF that commanded all US forces assigned to OEF-A, it was built around an Army Special Forces Group often manned by National Guard units and SEAL teams.
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Foreign Service officer being held hostage by radicals. Also, Jason reevaluates his parenting style and finds a way to connect with his kids.
S2, Ep5. While tasked with rescuing a group of American students held hostage in Mumbai, Bravo Team suffers life-threatening injuries.
S2, Ep6. Bravo Team partners with the Mexican Marines to hunt the head of one of the most powerful and lethal drug cartels in Mexico.
S2, Ep7. Bravo Team continues to follow tips that will lead to Andres Doza, the head of one of the most powerful and lethal drug cartels in Mexico,.
S2, Ep8. Jason and Mandy go undercover as a couple on vacation at an upscale night club in Mexico City in order to track down one of Andres Doza's cartel members.
S2, Ep9. Following an ambush, the SEAL team suspects someone on the inside is leaking information to the cartel. S2, Ep These forces spearhead our global maritime security worldwide.
NSW reserves number SEALs, SWCC, and support personnel. NSWC is the parent command to a total of 5, active duty and 1, reserve NSW personnel.
All even-numbered Groups and Teams are located on the East Coast, and all odd-numbered ones on the West Coast of the U.
However, the relatively small size of the elite SEAL forces and high demand for them to conduct strategic missions requires that all teams shift focus any time the U.
The September 11, attack on the United States, our retaliation in Afghanistan, and the ongoing war against Iraq since have required all NSW commands to routinely deploy their forces to the Middle East.
NSW and other SOF forces will continue to spearhead the Global War on Terrorism. They are Naval Special Warfare Groups 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Each Group is commanded by a Navy Captain O A Group is largely a staff during peacetime, charged with overseeing and supporting the training, equipping, deployment and operational use of its subordinate commands.
NSWG-1 is based in Coronado, CA. It commands, trains, equips and deploys SEAL Teams 1, 3, 5, and 7. It also exercises administrative control of Naval Special Warfare Unit 1 NSWU-1 in Guam, and Naval Special Warfare Unit 3 NSWU-3 in Bahrain.
It has assigned geographic responsibility for the Middle East, Korea, and Western Pacific. NSWG-2 is based in Little Creek, VA.