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USN SEAL (Ret) Sol Atkinson as parade Grand Marshal - Solomon ‘Sol’ Atkinson - seen here serving as his community's Grand Marshal in 2017, was born in Metlakatla, Alaska in 1930 and, as a Ts’msyen (Tsimshian) Native American he lived a purposeful life defined by both his Native American heritage and his service as a U.S. Navy SEAL.

Navy SEAL Solomon 'Sol' Atkinson A Life Driven by Service, Native Heritage

Navy SEAL Solomon 'Sol' Atkinson A Life Driven by Service, Native Heritage

Solomon ‘Sol’ Atkinson was born in Metlakatla, Alaska in 1930 and, as a Ts’msyen (Tsimshian) Native American he lived a purposeful life defined by both his Native American heritage and his service as a U.S. Navy SEAL.

230602-N-EZ002-1004 - SAN DIEGO (June 2, 2023) U.S. Army Gen. Bryan P. Fenton, commander, U.S. Special Operations Command, speaks with Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command at NSWC headquarters aboard Naval Amphibious Base Coronado during an NSW familiarization visit. Naval Special Warfare is the nation's elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach and gain and maintain access for the Joint Force in competition and conflict. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Keypher Strombeck)

USSOCOM Commander Visits Naval Special Warfare Command, Validates Value of Rigorous Training

USSOCOM Commander Visits Naval Special Warfare Command, Validates Value of Rigorous Training

The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) commander, Gen. Bryan Fenton, and senior enlisted leader, Command Sgt. Maj. Shane Shorter, visited Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC) and Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN) June 2, underscoring the crucial role of NSW in maritime special operations.

230314-N-GR718-1271 - CORONADO, Calif. (March 14, 2023) - His Royal Highness Prince Abdul Mateen of Brunei, right, and a service member assigned to Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command watch an obstacle course demonstration during a visit to West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare units. The visit helps enhance the interoperability of the United States and Brunei’s special operations forces, enable an exchange of expertise, and build capacity to respond to mutual threats and promote a free and open Indo-Pacific. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and gain and maintain access for the Joint Force in competition and conflict. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. Meiller)

Prince of Brunei Visits Naval Special Warfare Units

Prince of Brunei Visits Naval Special Warfare Units

His Royal Highness Prince Abdul Mateen of Brunei visits West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare units. The visit helps enhance the interoperability of the United States and Brunei’s special operations forces, enable an exchange of expertise, and build capacity to respond to mutual threats and promote a free and open Indo-Pacific. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and gain and maintain access for the Joint Force in competition and conflict.

 


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