Thursday, February 28, 2008

Success Is Not Accidental

You do not accidentaly accomplish your dreams. To get where you want to be requires a plan. What are you doing about your dreams? Are you getting prepared? Do you have focus and clear direction? Decide today to make plans to succeed. Write down your goals. Make a Plan.

Good Luck SEAL Strong Class 308

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008


People of mediocre ability sometimes achieve outstanding success because they don't know when to quit. Most men succeed because they are determined to. -- George E. Allen

Thursday, February 7, 2008

God Bless the Good Guys

Two Navy SEALs from Hampton Roads killed Monday in Iraq
Chief Petty Officers Nathan H. Hardy, left, and Michael E. Koch were both killed in Iraq Monday.
6:00 PM EST, February 5, 2008

Two Hampton Roads-based Navy SEALs -- Chief Petty Officers Nathan H. Hardy and Michael E. Koch -- were killed by small arms fire in Iraq Monday while conducting combat operations, the Defense Department confirmed Tuesday. Both were 29."There are only approximately 2,500 SEALs in the Navy and they really are a brotherhood," said Navy Special Warfare spokesman Lt. David Luckett. "This is another unfortunate reminder of the risks and sacrifices these amazing warriors and their families make on a daily basis."Hardy, originally from New Hampshire, is survived by his wife, son, parents and brother. Koch, of Pennsylvania, leaves behind a fiancée, parents, brother and sister.
The families did not wish to comment Tuesday, a Navy spokesman said.Hardy enlisted in the Navy in 1997 and graduated from Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL training in May 1998. He spent his entire Navy career with East Coast-based SEAL teams, according to a press release.Koch joined the Navy in the summer of 1998 and graduated from the rigorous SEAL training in 1999. Like Hardy, Koch spent his career with East Coast SEALs.