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I'm so glad to be reading more by wives of team members. You have such a unique perspective. Luttrell's "Service" had a nice chapter on some SEAL wives that I thought was very thoughtful. I can only imagine that it must be difficult to share, but I think it's important for people to understand some of the unique challenges of being married to someone in Special Ops. Thank you for your service.
1 year, 11 months ago on Married, With Children – A Navy SEAL’s Wife
@hjw1dr This was the best interview I've heard so far, too. Thanks for all your hard work!
2 years ago on Interview: What Happened in Benghazi?
So sad to hear this news. Chris clearly had a huge heart to never stop giving back to those around him in need. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, friends, and members of the Team he served with.
2 years ago on America Loses Another Hero, Me Another Friend
I'm not a member of the military, but from what I know about the Navy SEALs I think being able to compete in a course as Berlingeri did is not an accurate indicator of being ready for BUD/S or beyond. For one thing, there's no time for a shower break. Speaking as a woman, I'm conflicted about the role women should play in combat. While I would want to be treated as an equal and be subject to the same training and expectation, I'm not sure it's possible. It's a difficult question to answer without personal experience, so I'm curious what others think. I do know that the lack of combat experience holds many women back from advancing in their military careers.
2 years ago on Model vs. SEAL
This one's kind of old, but an interesting (brief) look at BUD/S. It's a 6-part series.
2 years ago on Navy SEALs Documentary Part One