SEAL is an acronym for Sea, Air, and Land; the environments where U.S. Navy SEALs train and operate. This book explores the sea capabilities of our nation’s foremost special operations commandos, and is the second of a three-volume trilogy published by Phoca Press. The first, Air Capabilities of the U.S. Navy SEALs, by Captain (SEAL) Norm Olson and Commander (SEAL) Tom Hawkins was published in December 2017. The forthcoming land capabilities narrative will complete the trilogy.
This book provides perspectives regarding:
• Naval Special Mission Units
• Evolution of Combat Diving
• Combat Swimming and Diving
• World War II Maritime Mobility
• Surface Ship Support Capabilities
• Submarine Capabilities Development
• Korean War and Vietnam Operations
• OSS of Strategic Services Maritime Unit
• Combatant Submersibles – SEAL Delivery Vehicles
• Advanced Technology Underwater Breathing Apparatus
Sea Capabilities of the U.S. Navy SEALs tells the story of marine innovation, richly illustrated, many with never‑before published images.
Glossy case-bound hard cover
9 Inches x 9 Inches