How Do I Find a SEAL Mentor or Recruiter?

Just got this question “Coach Brad; how do I find a Navy SEAL mentor or recruiter in my area?

Check out the info below as SEAL mentors are located in 26 cities around the U.S.

Contact the Navy SEAL Scout Team to get in touch with a SEAL Mentor near you.

Email: motivators@navsoc.socom.mil

Tel: 888-876-7325 (888-USN-SEAL)

The SEAL Scout Team is available: Monday – Friday, 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, except federal holidays.

Atlanta, Georgia

Boston, Massachusettes

Chicago, Illinois

Columbus, Ohio

Dallas, Texas

Denver, Colorado

Detroit, Michigan

Houston, Texas

Jacksonville, Florida

Los Angeles, California

Miami, Florida

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Nashville, Tennessee

New Orleans, Louisiana

New York, New York

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phoenix, Arizona

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Portland, Oregon

Raleigh, North Carolina

Richmond, Virginia

San Antonio, Texas

San Diego, California

San Francisco, California

Seattle, Washington

St. Louis, Missouri

They are available by phone or email and can help answer your questions.

Question: Coach Brad; I want to become a Navy SEAL – do you have any training workouts to get ready for BUDS?

Answer: Check out the Freak Frogman workout ebook that I wrote for my son to help him develop his mind and body.

Do the daily workouts and post your results in comments for accountability.

Email me once a week and let me know your status and any questions.

I personally look forward to helping you reach your goal.

Question: Hello; I have a quick question. My main goal is to either be a Navy SEAL or SWCC operator. My ASVAB scored were a bit lower from qualification scores but the recruiter told me I could either retake the test again. The other option he recommended was to pick a different job get some experience and then prep for a retake of the ASVAB down the road and then apply for SEALs. What do you recommend?? Ivan

Answer: Good question Ivan, are you talking to a SEAL recruiter now?

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