How Much Do You Know About The US Navy SEALs?

The Navy SEALs are the United States Navy's principal special operations force. How much do you know about this elite class of individuals? Take our quiz to find out!
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What does SEAL stand for?
Sea, Air, and Land
Special Engagement of Air and Land
Sea, Aerial, and Landings
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What is the Navy SEAL insignia generally called?
SEAL trident
SEAL ship
SEAL rifle
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When were the SEALs officially established?
1940
1951
1962
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As of 2016, around how many active duty Navy SEALs are there?
500
2500
10000
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Which of the following cities hosts a major Garrison/HQ for SEAL teams?
Tampa, Florida
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Little Rock, Arkansas
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Which of the following is NOT a part of the SEAL code?
Loyalty to Country, Team and Teammate
Excel as Warriors through Discipline and Innovation
Know Your Personal Limits and Strengths
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What war were the Navy SEALs officially involved in?
Korean War
World War II
Vietnam War
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Which Navy SEAL team eliminated Osama bin Laden in 2011?
SEAL Team 6
SEAL Team 8
SEAL Team 10
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The Navy SEALs make up ______ percent of the United Stated Armed Forces.
less than one
more than fifty
twenty-five
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About how long is the training before a SEAL is deemed deployable?
1.5 years
2.5 years
2 years
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It is estimated that only ______ of candidates will pass SEAL training.
5%
20%
40%
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Which president is mistakenly credited with creating the SEALs, despite them being in development for years before his tenure?
Richard Nixon
Dwight D. Eisenhower
John F. Kennedy
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Well, no one can know EVERYTHING about an entire division of the U.S. military...and at least you got a couple of the easier ones right. Maybe you know more about one of the other branches of the military!

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Well, you missed some of the tougher questions, but overall you still know an impressive amount about the U.S. Navy SEALs. More than most people would, we suspect! And if you know this much about the SEALs, you likely know a significant amount about the other military branches as well.

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You sure know your stuff when it comes to the U.S. Navy SEALs! Do you know this much about every branch of our great and illustrious military? If so, that's even more impressive. So much information to retain!

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1
What does SEAL stand for?
Sea, Air, and Land
Special Engagement of Air and Land
Sea, Aerial, and Landings
2
What is the Navy SEAL insignia generally called?
SEAL trident
SEAL ship
SEAL rifle
3
When were the SEALs officially established?
1940
1951
1962
4
As of 2016, around how many active duty Navy SEALs are there?
500
2500
10000
5
Which of the following cities hosts a major Garrison/HQ for SEAL teams?
Tampa, Florida
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Little Rock, Arkansas
6
Which of the following is NOT a part of the SEAL code?
Loyalty to Country, Team and Teammate
Excel as Warriors through Discipline and Innovation
Know Your Personal Limits and Strengths
7
What war were the Navy SEALs officially involved in?
Korean War
World War II
Vietnam War
8
Which Navy SEAL team eliminated Osama bin Laden in 2011?
SEAL Team 6
SEAL Team 8
SEAL Team 10
9
The Navy SEALs make up ______ percent of the United Stated Armed Forces.
less than one
more than fifty
twenty-five
10
About how long is the training before a SEAL is deemed deployable?
1.5 years
2.5 years
2 years
11
It is estimated that only ______ of candidates will pass SEAL training.
5%
20%
40%
12
Which president is mistakenly credited with creating the SEALs, despite them being in development for years before his tenure?
Richard Nixon
Dwight D. Eisenhower
John F. Kennedy