Navy SEALs fast rope on a speedboat transported by helicopter as part of awe-inspiring special forces exercises

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Mission Impossible Eats Your Heart: SEALs soar on a speedboat suspended under a black Chinook in awe-inspiring drills featuring the Night Stalker secret unit

  • One dramatic image showed Navy SEALs descending from the ropes of a black painted Chinook onto a stealth combat boat that hung below the helicopter as it flew over the waves.
  • SEALs were seen hanging from Little Bird and Black Hawk helicopters as they prepared to disembark armed with M4 style rifles modified with “simunition” kits, providing paintball-like bullets for force-on-force training.
  • There was also a massive drop of supplies and assault boats which were seen floating on parachutes.
  • SEAL Team Six, Naval Component of Special Operations Command, is based out of Dam Neck, Virginia Beach

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Navy SEALs have been spotted quickly boarding a speedboat carried by a Chinook helicopter during impressive exercises featuring the secret Night Stalker unit in Virginia.

The SEALs were transported to the fictional war zone by Black Hawk, Chinook and Little Bird helicopters belonging to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR) – better known as the Night Stalkers – near Virginia Beach last week.

One dramatic image showed Navy SEALs descending from the ropes of a black painted Chinook onto a stealth combat boat that hung below the helicopter as it flew over the waves.

SEALs were seen hanging from heavily modified Little Birds and Black Hawks as they prepared to land armed with M4 style rifles modified with “simunition” kits, providing paintball-like bullets for strength training. against force.

There was also a massive drop of supplies and assault boats which were seen floating on parachutes from Boeing C-17 transport planes.

According to The Drive, SEAL Team Six worked alongside the Night Stalkers and the Special warfare combatant-craft crewmen (SWCC) who transported them.

SEAL Team Six, the naval component of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), is headquartered at Dam Neck in Virginia Beach.

The base is just 20 miles southeast of the Little Creek-Fort Story Joint Expeditionary Base, where other elite SEAL and US Marine Corps units are based.

One dramatic image showed Navy SEALs descending from the ropes of a black painted Chinook onto a stealth combat boat that hung below the helicopter as it flew over the waves. SEAL Team Six, the naval component of Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), is headquartered at Dam Neck in Virginia Beach. The base is just 20 miles southeast of the Little Creek-Fort Story Joint Expeditionary Base, where other elite SEAL and US Marine Corps units are based.

SEALS were seen dragging out of Little Birds and Black Hawks as they prepared to land armed with M4 style rifles modified with

SEALS were seen dragging out of Little Birds and Black Hawks as they prepared to disembark armed with M4 style rifles modified with “simunition” kits, providing paintball type bullets for force-on-force training. The SEAL Six team participated in the exercises alongside the Night Stalkers and the Special warfare combatant-craft crewmen (SWCC) who transported them.

A black painted Boeing CH-47 Chinook of the Night Stalkers flies over the sea with a speedboat carrying elite SEAL soldiers during operation

A black painted Boeing CH-47 Chinook of the Night Stalkers flies over the sea with a speedboat carrying elite SEAL soldiers during operation

Navy SEALs are seen on a stealth speedboat preparing to disembark from the Chinook during operations off Virginia Beach

Navy SEALs are seen on a stealth speedboat preparing to disembark from the Chinook during operations off Virginia Beach

Troops are seen with modified M4-style assault rifles suspended from an MH-6 Little Bird, nicknamed Killer Egg, during exercises off Virginia Beach

Troops are seen with modified M4-style assault rifles suspended from an MH-6 Little Bird, nicknamed Killer Egg, during exercises off Virginia Beach

Troops are seen flying over the sea in a Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter armed with a minigun.  The Black Hawk's version of the Night Stalker features in-flight refueling capability and enhanced navigation systems, including multi-mode radar for the harshest weather conditions

Troops are seen flying over the sea in a Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter armed with a minigun. The Black Hawk’s version of the Night Stalker features in-flight refueling capability and enhanced navigation systems, including multi-mode radar for the harshest weather conditions

The Chinook flying with the stealth device before the SEALs disembark on the <a class=ship” class=”blkBorder img-share” style=”max-width:100%” />

The Chinook flying with the stealth device before the SEALs disembark on the ship

The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR), better known as the Night Stalkers, uses a specially modified version of the Little Bird, capable of firing missiles and functioning as a light attack aircraft.

The 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR), better known as the Night Stalkers, uses a specially modified version of the Little Bird, capable of firing missiles and functioning as a light attack aircraft.

The SOAR Black Hawk has a normal cruising speed of 120 knots, a maximum top speed of 178 knots, and a normal mission range of 450 nautical miles, or approximately four and a half hours.  The Night Stalker currencies are

The SOAR Black Hawk has a normal cruising speed of 120 knots, a maximum top speed of 178 knots, and a normal mission range of 450 nautical miles, or approximately four and a half hours. The Night Stalker mottos are “Night Stalkers Don’t Quit” and “Death Waits in the Dark”

During the exercise, there was also a massive drop of supplies and assault boats that were seen floating on parachutes from Boeing C-17 transport planes.  Also known as the Globemaster III, the aircraft is capable of carrying the 69-ton M1 Abrams main battle tank, with a maximum payload of 85 tons.

During the exercise, there was also a massive drop of supplies and assault boats that were seen floating on parachutes from Boeing C-17 transport jets. Also known as the Globemaster III, the aircraft is capable of carrying the 69-ton M1 Abrams main battle tank, with a maximum payload of 85 tons.

SEALs are seen in the window of the Chinook and aft preparing to disembark during operations off Virginia Beach

SEALs are seen in the window of the Chinook and aft preparing to disembark during operations off Virginia Beach

SEALs are seen hanging out of the Night Stalker's Black Hawk during elite special forces training exercises off Virginia Beach

SEALs are seen hanging out of the Night Stalker’s Black Hawk during elite special forces training exercises off Virginia Beach

Troops are seen dragging out of one of the helicopters during naval exercises

Troops are seen dragging out of one of the helicopters during naval exercises

Troops are seen dragging out of one of the helicopters during naval exercises

Troops are seen dragging out of one of the helicopters during naval exercises

Black Hawks and Little Birds fly near Dam Neck base, home of SEAL Team Six

Black Hawks and Little Birds fly near Dam Neck base, home of SEAL Team Six


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