U.S. Navy SEALs are individuals who are few and far between and have earned a reputation unparalleled amongst all other U.S. Military forces. Less than 15% of individuals who sign up to become a SEAL actually make it through what is widely considered to be the most physically and mentally demanding military training in existence.  The U.S. Government has spent an average of $2M (USD) in training, per SEAL, in order to create one of the most elite protective and security agents in existence. For the first time, SEALs On Security has made it possible to have such highly qualified individuals available to the public.  Never before has someone been able to hire a team of Navy SEALs for personal protection.

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U.S. Navy SEALs have gone through the same Executive Protection training as the U.S. Secret Service, and they have protected some of the world’s most influential politicians, diplomats and dignitaries, proving their expertise in often extremely hostile environments.  SEALs On Security offers their clients the unique ability to take advantage of the U.S. Navy SEALs’ elite training and utilize it to protect their own homes and families.

SEAL Qualifications

The following are a small sampling of the certifications, trainings and experience the agents at SEALs On Security have obtained:

  • Executive Protection and Evasive Driving through International Training Incorporated (same program taken by U.S. Secret Service)
  • Emergency Medical Technician (CPR/AED)
  • Personal Security Detachment
  • Ambush Recognition
  • Protective Advances
  • High Level Cover & Evacuate Techniques 
  • Firearms Permit
  • Guard Card Permit
  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon (CCW) Permit*
  • Hostage Negotiation & Rescue Training
  • Close Quarter Defense — Levels I, II and III
  • Technical Surveillance Operations
  • Scuba, Closed Circuit, Mixed Gas Diving Certified

The employees of SEALs On Security are all young, physically fit, intelligent and presentable. They have the ability to fit into any social or business setting of which a client may require.  These agents also must pass annual physical fitness tests and continue to train in order to maintain and learn new skills.

SEALs in the Media
U.S. Navy SEALs have been recognized for completing some of the worlds most elite Special Warfare and Special Operation missions.  The following are just a few of the Navy SEALs accomplishments recognized by the media.