According to many sources they failed at proper use of force against some ragtag refugees
"The soldiers were under orders not to shoot, but the “open fire” command was given after stun grenades failed to disperse the attackers. Nine people were killed, most of them from Turkey, where the radical IHH group organized the flotilla."
Navy SEALs, and people who say that SAS trains them, I say they are training recruits. The stuff they learn after greatly exceeds anything the SAS could teach them. Besides, BUD/s is way harder than SAS Selection. I might have a slight bias since my dad was an Army Ranger and he worked with Navy SEALs on some mission but whatever, it's my opinion.
Originally Posted by DanK
It's great how little people know about the Seals many catastrophic failures...
It's great that they how about their GREAT successes. SEALs failed in the beginning, but hell, not everyone has a great start. I don't see the SAS coming in and killing Osama Bin Laden.
Originally Posted by XxAussy1995xX
there is a team more badass then seal team 6. there so confidencial we don't know the name. there missions won't ever be known either.
Yes but we're talking about real Organizations, not hypothetical Black Ops.
Last edited by CloseQuarters; 07-22-2011 at 06:33 PM.