Indian should learn from the seals

May 08 2011

Navy Seal Commandoes, who carried out the operation against Osama, have a tale of their own. Their number is a mere 2,500-3,000 in the entire US army. To be a Seal, their age shouldn’t be more than 29. Records reveal that none of their missions has ever been a failure. The most interesting part is that any commander who is a part of this unit neither has a name, nor a face. Thus, no one can claim that he was present for so and so operation. The entire transmission system is in the helmets that they wear, which is normally controlled by the helicopter flying overhead. It is probably time to stop singing the same old song about Dawood and Sayeed, and organize a wing just like the Seals.

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