The Navy wants to expand its Special Warfare training in the Puget Sound because of its cold-water challenges and its proximity to large Navy bases. This image shows a cold-water swim off Virginia Beach in February 2010.
The Navy wants to expand its Special Warfare training in the Puget Sound because of its cold-water challenges and its proximity to large Navy bases. This image shows a cold-water swim off Virginia Beach in February 2010. Petty Officer 1st Class Nathanae U.S. Navy
The Navy wants to expand its Special Warfare training in the Puget Sound because of its cold-water challenges and its proximity to large Navy bases. This image shows a cold-water swim off Virginia Beach in February 2010. Petty Officer 1st Class Nathanae U.S. Navy

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