Secret history of the Navy SEALS: Intimate photographs that reveal life inside the world of America's most elite warriors
By Nina Golgowski
PUBLISHED: 17:16 EST, 27 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:12 EST, 28 April 2013
At the bottom of a swimming pool a group of men voluntarily sink with their hands bound behind their backs after instructed to reach their face masks on the floor using only their teeth.
There appears little struggle as the men calmly work to complete their task before the next one is issued, most likely making their challenge even harder, but all in a day's training.
These are the United States' unsung heroes, the Navy SEALS, an exclusive band of about 2,400 special operators most famously responsible for the 2011 midnight raid that led to the capture of Osama bin Laden.
Lessons on drown proofing: Seen here a group of students with their hands tied behind their backs descend to the bottom of a pool to recover their face mask using only their teeth
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