From some of my previous writings many of you know we live just a few miles down from the home command and beach training area for U.S. Navy Seal Team Six. On just about any given day during the summer you can observe one of more of them running by, either on the beach or along the road we live on. It’s not hard picking them out and for the ladies it’s a virtual beefcake parade.
We have a very close friend who has two sons in the seals. One here on team six (whom we have had the pleasure of meeting) and another on a seal team on the West Coast. Of course she worries, as any mother would and though she does not flaunt it, the pride she carries is evident.
We all know what dangerous and clandestine missions they perform, the most notable being putting an end to Osama Bin Laden. But if you have even just a modicum of esteem in your heart for our military, that heart will swell if your read about the following mission, which strangely, few know about. https://www.npr.org/2013/05/14/183624076/in-somalia-surviving-a-kidnapping-against-impossible-odds.
There’s a group we refer to as “Seals”
Who partake in most dangerous deals
Because of their stealth
The terrorists’ health
Is in for some wicked ordeals.