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Extreme SEAL Experience for Washingtonian(55 images)

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  • Don Shipley teases  participants as they try to keep giant logs above their heads in what is known as 'log PT.' The winners would get to rest as the rest would have to  go through the competition again.
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  • Don Shipley is a retired Navy SEAL who now runs an Extreme SEAL Experience camp from behind his home in Chesapeake, Va. People from all over the world come to spend a week at the facility being trained by Shipley and other current and former SEALs.
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  • After being camoflauged, participants in the Extreme SEAL Experience, listen to instructions on their mission during Hell night. The mission would extend throughout the evening into the early morning.
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  • Participants in the Extreme SEAL  Experience start hell night, 24-hours of physical endurance, by performing sit-ups, push-ups and pull-ups according to the requirements of the Navy Seal program.
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