Do you get paid during SEAL training?
All sailors, regardless of rank or rate, begin receiving pay immediately upon reporting for duty to Basic Training. It continues until you separate from the service, and whether you continue to receive anything depends on your method of separation (retirement, disability, etc.).
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During hell week it is as little as 4 hours the whole week, other than that about an hour a day. real answer) It is 4 hours during hell week but silly to think that you only s…leep an hour a day otherwise. Training secures about 5 each day and resumes about 5 the next day. At least once per week a night problem interrupts sleep. PS the enlistedmans club closes at 12.
SEALs receive normal military pay and allowances (based on rate or rank), plus incentive pay for special skills and assignments. All SEALS receive jump, dive and demo pay, plu…s special duty assignment pay. It makes SEALS the highest paid enlisted operators in the US military. They get paid by rank, starting pay 45,000$ a year, not 60,000$. Friends that are seals. 175$ a month for diving, 200$ a month other special skills. Then it also depends if they live on base or off, meal plans, clothing allowance
Yes they get paid. That is a stupid question.
To my knowledge you will be paid your regular salary as a co during your pre-service training as well as in the academy. For the state of MD, that is. Could be different in ot…her states
You get paid 8 to 10 dollars a hour.
no. seals get paid according to their rank and get makes some bonuses due to the training they received and hazard risk.
Normally you will be paid for training. It can differ according to the contract or the laws for your state. Start up training for some places can be paid at a lower rate than …normal times.
They get paid with honor and pride.
Depends on their rank, and length of service. The pay is the same as any other member of the Navy performing hazardous duty.
5.5 miles (you only do it once though its a pass/fail obstacle
Yes. SEAL Training is considered High Risk training. Men have literally died trying.
NO and YES NO because you are training to be paid, as well as this country "hasn't got enough money." YES because life is all about money and everybody needs it. :p
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Do navy seals get cut during training as in they don't drop out but the trainers and evaluators feel they can't handle being a seal and if so what can they be cut for?
Yes, there are many reasons a candidate may be cut from the program. These include but are not limited to: the determination by medical personnel that it would be unduly hazar…dous for an injured/sick candidate to continue training (often this allows for 'recycling, or starting the training over when the illness or injury has passed), inability to perform the required training (i.e. if a candidate cannot swim past the surf zone when so ordered, or cannot continue on a march or run), if the candidate attempts to 'cheat' during an training evolution or assessment, if a candidate flagrantly engages in dangerous behavior, if a candidate displays an unwillingness to fully engage in the training (gold bricking, shifting the bulk of effort onto other team members, etc). . . This list is not exhaustive but includes some of the reasons a candidate may be cut from training. Generally instructors will attempt to cause the candidate to DOR (Drop on Request) or 'quit' the training voluntarily by applying psychological stress and/or assigning additional physical training to a candidate whom they do not feel should or can continue the training. This weeding out process begins with the first hour of training and is continued throughout. According to the Navy's website approximately 80% of all candidates 'drop out' of the training voluntarily, the few who are forced out are usually for medical reasons.
Base pay for all branches of service are established by the same pay scale and are calculated on time in service and time in grade. It is unlikely for anyone above the pay gra…de E-3 to attend basic training, and all time in service, with the exception of the few service members who will be prior service, will be "under two" the lowest level of military pay. This being the case, base pay for E-1 to E-3 are below: . E-1 - $1,491.00 . E-2 - $1,671.30 . E-3 - $1,757.40
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Eating your own poo, getting beaten up, lifting cars up, killing alians and the satan etc.