How to train a Navy Seal instructor

Navy SEAL instructors, who have been at the forefront of the military’s hunt for the 9/11 masterminds, are being put on notice.

For years, Navy SEALs have been training to become highly skilled and highly-skilled, and now they will be taking the next step by taking the lead in their own mission.

That mission is to train the next generation of SEALs, who will be the future of the United States military.

In an interview with CBS News, the Naval Academy’s dean of naval officers, Lt.

Gen. Robert F. Litt, spoke about the Navy’s mission to train new SEALs and the role they can play in the war against the Islamic State.

As a SEAL, you learn how to do a number of different things, Litt said.

So if you are going to be an elite SEAL, the first thing you learn is how to get a good night’s sleep.

Then, you are taught how to carry a weapon, how to run, how not to be shot.

And, you also learn how a person’s behavior is interpreted by the enemy.

And then, what you do in combat is very, very important to the mission.

The Navy SEAL’s role in the fight against the terrorist group known as ISIS is the first step in training.

That will take years to develop, and SEALs will be deployed to many countries, from Iraq and Afghanistan to Africa and Europe, Lett said.

And the SEALs are not just a force of warriors, but they are also trained as people.

They’re people with skills and experiences, he said.

They learn about what the job is and how they work.

And they’re taught to use their skills and their capabilities to make a difference.

But the Navy SEAL will have to be ready for the job, Latt said.

And that is what he has told his students, especially after the terrorist attack on a U.S. diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, in September 2012.

And so that is one of the things that they are going through in order to be able to go forward in this job.

The first step is to learn how not not to get shot.

So they do a lot of training to help people understand what happens when a person gets shot and the next thing they do is they get up and get on their feet, Lott said.

So that’s what we’re going to do.

So, they’re going out there in the field and we are going out in the classroom, and then in combat, they’ll go out and teach their new-found skills.

And then, the SEAL will be sent out to a different country and go out to do something else, he added.

That will be a challenge.

We’re going into combat and we’re fighting a bunch of different people.

So it’s going to require that person to adapt to the new environment and get better at doing things.

So we’ll be going into many different places.

So there’s a lot to do in terms of preparing them for that.

The other thing we’re doing is getting them to really understand how to live in the real world.

We are trying to get them to understand what it’s like to be a military person.

So that will require that they do some research, Lick said.

The SEALs don’t have to fight on the front lines, Lipp said, but that is where the mission is and that’s where their skill sets are.

And we want to teach them how to be effective and what it takes to be successful in those situations.

So it’s about not just training, but getting people to be good citizens and doing the things you want to be doing, Lill said.

It’s about teaching them how the world works and what people are doing to support that.

And the Navy is working with them to make sure they are getting that experience and they are making it a success.

We’re trying to do everything we can to make that happen, Lell said.