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NATO Special Operations Forces Secure the Baltic - LITHUANIA (May 28, 2024) East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) conduct medical evacuation training with Lithuania Special Operators as part of Flaming Sword 24, which brought together NATO Special Operations Forces from six Allied nations, to test their readiness to conduct operations in response to increased aggression against its allies. Flaming Sword 24 allows special operations forces to enhance their warfighting skills, build interoperability, ensure readiness, and demonstrate the capability of ready and postured special operations forces within the European theater. Naval Special Warfare Group TWO produces, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations forces to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence in support of U.S. national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Trey Hutcheson)

Naval Special Warfare Dedicates Normandy NCDU, S&R Monument Park - NORMANDY, France (May 30, 2024) Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, delivers remarks during a dedication ceremony for the opening of the Naval Combat Demolition Units (NCDU) and Scouts and Raiders (S&R) Monument Park, May 30. The park honors the legacy of NCDU and S&R during the D-Day Normandy invasion. NSW is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kyle Fiori-Puyu)

Vice Adm. Collin Green, Deputy Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, is piped ashore, for the last time, during his retirement ceremony at Naval Special Warfare Command. - Vice Adm. Collin Green, Deputy Commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, is piped ashore, for the last time, during his retirement ceremony at Naval Special Warfare Command. Green celebrated 38 years of Naval service in the presence of family, friends, and teammates. Naval Special Warfare is the U.S. Navy’s special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach and gain access for the Joint Force in strategic competition.

NSW Vietnam veterans are welcomed at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport during an Honor Flight. - BALTIMORE (April 26, 2024) Frank Toms, a Naval Special Warfare Vietnam veteran, receives a warm welcome after landing at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport as part of Honor Flight San Diego's "Tour of Honor," April 28, 2024. A small group of former SEALs and members of Naval Special Warfare's (NSW) active force volunteered to serve as "guardians" for 90 NSW Vietnam veterans on a three-day trip to Washington, D.C., honoring their service and visiting the memorials built for their sacrifice. The trip included visits to the WW II, Lincoln, Korea, Vietnam, Navy, and Marine Corps Memorials and Arlington National Cemetery, all arranged by the Honor Flight Network. NSW is the nation's premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Ramon Go)

Naval Special Warfare Remembers Two Fallen SEALs - 240418-N-GR718-1403 A Naval Special Warfare Operator stamps a trident onto a wooden plaque during a memorial service for Special Warfare Operator 1st Class Christopher Chambers and Special Warfare Operator 2nd Class Nathan Gage Ingram at Silver Strand Training Complex in Coronado, Calif, April 18. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. Meiller)

NAVSCIATTS Strategic Leaders Course supporting Women, Peace, and Security Principles - 240404-N-TI567-1019 STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. – U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) officers Lt. Col. Karin Wareing, Maj. Lakyra Pharms, and Maj. Shannon Goans, all assigned to U.S. Marine Forces South and Reserve in New Orleans; and Megan Natter, strategy, resources, and integration lead with the Deputy Undersecretary of the Navy (Intelligence and Security) Victor Minella’s office, participate in a Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) panel discussion at the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School, on April 4. The panel provided Strategic Leaders International Course partner nation officers from Cameroon, Djibouti, Cyprus, Ghana, Croatia, Indonesia, Lebanon, Latvia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Poland, Thailand, Tunisia, and Zambia with the opportunity for a broader discussion on WPS with their personal views and leadership experiences within the day-to-day realities of leading in the USMC and within the executive services of the U.S. Navy. (U.S. Navy photo by Angela K. Fry)

Royal Thai Navy Special Warfare Command, Naval Special Warfare Conduct Joint Training Exercise - SATTAHIP, Thailand (Feb. 29, 2024) – Capt. Wuttikrai Hundee, Deputy Commander, Royal Thai Navy Group 1, speaks to West Coast-based U.S. Naval Special Warfare operators and members of the Royal Thai Navy Special Warfare Command during the closing ceremony of a joint combined training exchange between U.S. and Thailand forces. Naval Special Warfare is the nation's elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach and ensure readiness for future security challenges. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. Meiller)

Naval Special Warfare, Republic of Korea Naval Special Warfare Flotilla Conduct Joint Training Exercise - CHINHAE, REPUBLIC OF KOREA (Feb. 8, 2024)Republic of Korea Navy Special Warfare Operators are transported by speed craft to the start point in preparation for a reconnaissance training exercise with U.S. Naval Special Warfare Operators. 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 Deighton Saint-Cyr)

East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare Operator (SEALs) and Norwegian Naval Special Operations Commandos are pictured next to the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Hampton (SSN 767). - ARCTIC OCEAN (March 9, 2024) East Coast-based Naval Special Warfare Operator (SEALs) and Norwegian Naval Special Operations Commandos are pictured next to the Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Hampton (SSN 767) while two MH-47G Chinook helicopters, assigned to the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), hover overhead during an joint submarine/special operations forces integration exercise designed to bolster skills in an Arctic environment March 9, 2024, as part of Arctic Edge 24. Arctic Edge provides Special Operations Command North the opportunity to test a range of capabilities and response options to deter, disrupt, degrade, and deny competitor activity in the Arctic in support of globally integrated layered defense and deterrence of the homeland. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Jeff Atherton. Image altered to conceal unit flags for operational security.)

Japanese Special Boat Unit, Naval Special Warfare Unit Conduct Joint Training - A West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare unit conducts underway training with members of a Japanese Special Boat Unit near Naval Base White Beach in Okinawa, Japan. 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)

NSW Conducts Bilateral Training with Cyprus SOF - LIMASSOL, Cyprus (Jan. 25, 2024) East Coast-based U.S. Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) and Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen (SWCC) conduct maritime training with Cypriot Underwater Demolition Command (MYK) forces near Limassol, Cyprus on Jan. 25, 2024. This training strengthens the relationship between U.S. Special Operations Command Europe and its Allies and partners throughout Europe, reinforcing the United States commitment to the region. Naval Special Warfare Group TWO produces, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations forces to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence in support of U.S. national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Bill Carlisle)

Rear Admiral Davids at WEST 2024 - SAN DIEGO (Feb. 13, 2024) Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), answers questions during the WEST 2024 convention held at the San Diego Convention Center. WEST is a naval conference and exposition on the West Coast that gives an opportunity for military and industry leaders to discuss new technologies and capabilities. NSW is the nation's premiere 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 2nd Class Kyle Fiori)

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Navy SEALs, Joint Force Conclude Training - West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operators prepare to clear an underground space while conducting direct action raid training at Fort Irwin, Dec. 13, 2023. 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.

Lt. Col. Bishwonath Timilsina, Director General of Military Training (Foreign), Nepali Army, delivers closing remarks as part of a U.S. and Nepal subject matter expert exchange at Ganesh Kashya, the Nepali Army headquarters in Kathmandu, Nepal. - Lt. Col. Bishwonath Timilsina, Director General of Military Training (Foreign), Nepali Army, delivers closing remarks as part of a U.S. and Nepal subject matter expert exchange at Ganesh Kashya, the Nepali Army headquarters in Kathmandu, Nepal. Naval Special Warfare trains with forces worldwide to improve and further specialize skills required to conduct missions and respond to crises. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. Meiller)

NSW Conducts Maritime Training with Romanian Special Operations Forces - CONSTANTA, Romania (Nov. 16, 2023) East-Coast based U.S. Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) conduct visit, board, search, and seizure training with the 164th Romanian Naval Special Operations Forces near Constanta, Romania, Nov. 16, 2023. Naval Special Warfare’s unique maritime capabilities are underpinned by their ability to sustain the highest level of warfighting excellence through joint and multinational evolutions such as this, ensuring the U.S. and its Allies prevail in competition, crisis, and conflict. Naval Special Warfare Group TWO produces, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations forces to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence in support of U.S. national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Bill Carlisle)

Indian MARCOS, U.S. Navy SEALS Conduct Joint Training Exchange - U.S. Naval Special Warfare operators conduct medical evacuation training with a CH-3 Sea King assigned to the Indian Marine Commando Flight during a joint training exercise in Cavellosim, India, Nov. 7, 2023. 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. (Courtesy photo)

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.

Members of AllTru work out at Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. - NAVAL AMPHIBIOUS BASE CORONADO, Calif. (Oct. 7, 2023) Members of AllTru wade in the Pacific Ocean to cool down after a workout at Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command on Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. AllTru is a unique, non-profit organization comprised of combat veteran women who have served alongside elite special operations units around the world. 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 2nd Class Dylan Lavin)

Our awareness of the challenges our sailors face and the respective countermeasures cannot be applied just during Suicide Prevention Month in September, but every month. - Our awareness of the challenges our sailors face and the respective countermeasures cannot be applied just during Suicide Prevention Month in September, but every month.

NSWC Launches Suicide Prevention Training for NSW Spouses - Partners of West Coast based NSW Sailors attend the first suicide prevention training for spouses at Silver Strand Training Complex. Jeanne Lagorio, Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Force Suicide Prevention Coordinator, leads the training to raise awareness about suicides within the community and provide support to the spouses. The training aims to break down the stigma associated with seeking help for mental health issues. Naval Special Warfare is the nation elite's 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 Destiny Cheek)

CORONADO, Calif. (Sept. 12, 2023) West Coast based Naval Special Warfare Sailors participate in an NSW combatives program training session. - CORONADO, Calif. (Sept. 12, 2023) West Coast based Naval Special Warfare Sailors participate in an NSW combatives program training session. 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 2nd Class Keypher Strombeck)

Navy SEALs Participate in Operation Polar Dagger - A Combatant Craft Assault boat enters the well deck of amphibious transport dock ship USS John P. Murtha (LPD 26) during Operation POLAR DAGGER, Aug. 23, 2023. Amphibious transport dock ships like John P. Murtha have many unique capabilities that make them ideal platforms to support special operations forces, such as the ability to embark helicopters from the joint force, launch and recover Naval Special Warfare combatant craft, and maintain all-domain awareness through advanced sensors. Operations NOBLE DEFENDER and POLAR DAGGER sharpen joint special operations integration and provides the forces the opportunity to test new capabilities and advance response options in defense of the U.S. homeland. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joshua Samoluk)

230906-D-TT977-1133 - Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks stands with Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC) deputy Force programs manager Chad Rodarmer and NSWC Force Suicide Prevention Coordinator Jeanne Lagorio to recognize NSWC for its outstanding contributions to suicide prevention during the Department of Defense's annual Suicide Prevention Recognition ceremony Sept. 6. (DoD photo by Chad J. McNeeley)

Talisman Sabre 23 - HOLSWORTHY, Australia (July 20, 2023) - Operators from a U.S. Naval Special Warfare Unit secure a hallway during a close quarter combat drill with the Australian Army 2nd Commando Regiment at Holsworthy Barracks in New South Wales, Australia during Talisman Sabre 23, July 20, 2023. 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. Talisman Sabre is the largest bilateral military exercise between Australia and the United States advancing a free and open Indo Pacific by strengthening relationships and interoperability among key allies and enhancing our collective capabilities to respond to a wide variety of potential security concerns. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Gaither)

NA - Metlakatka, Ala. (2018) Retired U.S. Navy Chief Warrant Officer 4 Solomon Atkinson, center, is greeted by a representative of the Veterans Advocacy Organization, right, and escorted by son-in-law Franklin Hayward before receiving the Alaska Governor’s Veteran Advocacy Award during a ceremony in 2018. Atkinson returned to his native Alaska after 22 years of Naval service in 1976, continuing to serve his community on the Indian Community Council and Board of Education, as a founder and president of the first veteran’s organization on Annette Island, and as mayor of Metlakatla. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy)

230714-N-TB148-1342 - CARTAGENA, Colombia (July 14, 2023) East-coast based U.S. Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) and Colombian special operations personnel conduct over the beach movement training during UNITAS 2023. Hosted this year by Colombia, UNITAS is the world’s longest-running maritime exercise bringing together multinational forces from 20 partner nations, training in joint maritime operations that enhance tactical proficiency and increase interoperability. Naval Special Warfare Group 2 produces, trains, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations commandos to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence that support national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Bill Carlisle)

230630-N-TL141-1068 - CORONADO, CALIF. (JUNE 30, 2023) Jeff Nicholas poses with Capt. Timothy Sulick, the commanding officer for Naval Special Warfare Basic Training Command, during a SEAL Qualification Training graduation on Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. 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 2nd Class Dylan Lavin)

230613-N-GG858-1003 - VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (June 13, 2023) Chief Hutch, a combat assault dog assigned to SEAL Team Four, poses for a portrait before his retirement. Hutch, a Belgian Malinois trained to detect explosives and other dangerous materials, worked alongside Naval Special Warfare operators for five years and deployed twice to East Africa. Naval Special Warfare Group 2 produces, trains, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations commandos to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence that support national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Matthew Dickinson)

230524-N-GG858-1003 - VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (May 25, 2023) East-coast-based U.S. Naval Special Warfare Operators (SEALs) provide security during non-combatant evacuation operation training. Naval Special Warfare Group 2 produces, trains, supports, and deploys the world’s premier maritime special operations commandos to conduct full-spectrum operations and integrated deterrence that support national objectives. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Matthew Dickinson)

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)

Memorial Day Service - Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, delivers remarks during the Coronado Memorial Day Service at Star Park. The event was sponsored by the Silver Strand Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, the Coronado Council of the Navy League, the Coronado Marine Corps League Chapter, and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2422.

230512-N-N0900-1001 - Retired SEAL Mr. Rick Knepper, Capt. Keith Marinics and Command Master Chief Deryck Dickerson, posthumously receive the Xavier University’s Charles P. Gallagher Leadership Medallion on behalf of Capt. Phil Bucklew for his outstanding vocational and societal contributions, May 12, 2023. Bucklew is an Xavier alumnus and is known as the “father” of Naval Special Warfare.

230316-N-RO948-1042 - Lt. Jeremy Campbell, right, assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group Four (NSWG-4), and Chief Yeoman Ebony Campbell, assigned to U.S. Fleet Forces Command, render honors during their retirement ceremony onboard Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, March 16. The Campbells chose NSWG-4 to host their dual ceremony. NSW 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, and USFFC is responsible for manning, training, equipping and providing combat-ready forces forward to numbered fleets and combatant commanders around the globe. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Dustin Kelling/Released)

230501-N-XW558-1338 - Retired Capt. Pete Toennies, former commanding officer of SEAL Team 5, delivers remarks during the SEAL Team 5 40th anniversary ceremony at the Silver Strand Training Complex. SEAL Team 5’s history began on May 1, 1983, after being redesignated from Underwater Demolition Team 11. 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 Alex Smedegard)

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230415-N-HU588-1037 - CORONADO, Calif. (April 15, 2023) Force Master Chief Walter S. Dittmar, Naval Special Warfare Command, gives a speech at the 37th annual Salute to the Military Ball. The ball, held by the Coronado Chamber of Commerce, joins military and civilian communities to celebrate and honor local service members who dedicate much of their lives to the country and the community. 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 Sean Weir)

230406-N-EZ002-1009 - Village Elementary School students raise their hands to ask Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operators questions during a community relations event. 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.

230119-N-GP724-1099 - Rear Adm. Keith B. Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, presents a representative trophy during the Bull Frog turnover at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. “The Bull Frog” title is given to the longest continuously serving active-duty U.S. Navy SEAL. NSW is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force that gains and maintains access and placement for the Fleet and Joint Force. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Alex Perlman/Released)

Cmdr. Blythe Blakistone salutes during a change of command ceremony for Naval Special Warfare Tactical Communications Command (TCC) 1 - CORONADO, Calif. (April 28, 2022) Cmdr. Blythe Blakistone salutes during a change of command ceremony for Naval Special Warfare Tactical Communications Command (TCC) 1. Naval Special Warfare Group 1, which mans, trains, and equips West Coast-based SEAL Teams, is comprised of SEAL Teams 1, 3, 5 and 7 as well as Logistics Support Unit 1 and TCC-1. TCC-1 supports SEAL Teams, other special operations forces, and conventional forces worldwide by providing tactical communications in all environments and levels of conflict. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Gaither)

A combatant craft assault craft assigned to Special Boat Team twenty steams alongside the Expeditionary Sea Base USS Hershel "Woody" Williams (ESB 4) in the Mediterranean Sea, May 26. - MEDITERRANIEAN SEA (May 26, 2021) A combatant craft assault craft (CCA) assigned to Special Boat Team twenty steams alongside the Expeditionary Sea Base USS Hershel "Woody" Williams (ESB 4) in the Mediterranean Sea, May 26, 2021. Hershel "Woody" Williams is on a scheduled deployment in the U.S. 6th Fleet area of operations in support of U.S. national interest and security in Europe and Africa. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Eric Coffer)

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)

230215-N-HU588-015 - Art Nicholas, an NSW veteran of World War II who recently turned 100-years-old, poses at a makeshift camp in South Florida's marshlands. Nicholas served as a member of the Scouts and Raiders, the predecessors to today's Naval Special Warfare (NSW) operators. NSW is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force that gains and maintains access and placement for the Fleet and Joint Force. (Photo Courtesy of the Nicholas Family)

230216-N-NO905-1011 - SATTAHIP, THAILAND (Feb. 16, 2023) U.S. Naval Special Warfare and Royal Thai Navy Special Warfare operators conduct a visit, board, search and seizure during FLASH TORCH 2023-1, a joint combined training exercise built upon the two forces’ long-standing relationships and interoperability in the Indo-Pacific. Naval Special Warfare is the nation's elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach. (Courtesy Photo)

Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander of Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), answers questions during the WEST 2023 convention at the San Diego Convention Center. - SAN DIEGO (Feb. 14, 2023) Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander of Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC), answers questions during the WEST 2023 convention at the San Diego Convention Center. WEST is a naval conference and exposition on the West Coast that gives an opportunity for military and industry leaders to network and demonstrate their capabilities. NSW is the nation's premiere 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 2nd Class Keypher Strombeck)

CORONADO, Calif. (Jan. 30, 2023) – Lt. Tia Blythe, a physical therapist assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1, stretches a patient’s back during an appointment at the clinic onboard the Silver Strand Training Complex in Coronado, Calif. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach 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) 230130-N-GR718-1005 - CORONADO, Calif. (Jan. 30, 2023) – Lt. Tia Blythe, a physical therapist assigned to Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1, stretches a patient’s back during an appointment at the clinic onboard the Silver Strand Training Complex in Coronado, Calif. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s elite maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach 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) 230130-N-GR718-1005

U.S. Navy Adm. Lisa Franchetti, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, speaks with U.S. Navy Capt. Brian Drechsler, commodore of Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN), during a tour of its facilities, Jan 31, 2023. NSWCEN provides initial assessment and selection and subsequent advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy's SEAL and Special Boat communities. These communities support the NSW mission, providing maritime special operations forces to conduct full spectrum operators, unilaterally or with partners, to support national objectives. - 230131-N-TL141-1092 CORONADO (Jan. 31, 2023) – U.S. Navy Adm. Lisa Franchetti, Vice Chief of Naval Operations, speaks with U.S. Navy Capt. Brian Drechsler, commodore of Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN), during a tour of its facilities, Jan 31, 2023. NSWCEN provides initial assessment and selection and subsequent advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy's SEAL and Special Boat communities. These communities support the NSW mission, providing maritime special operations forces to conduct full spectrum operators, unilaterally or with partners, to support national objectives. For more information on the NSW assessment, selection and training pathway, visit https://www.sealswcc.com/. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Dylan Lavin)

230117-N-RY670-1013 - VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (Jan. 17, 2023) – Retired Rear Adm. Thomas Richards is presented the Silver Star Medal for gallantry in action while deployed to Vietnam, Jan. 30, 1971, by Rear Adm. Keith Davids, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, during an awards ceremony at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story, Jan. 17, 2023. The upgraded award reflects the courage, grit, and integrity of past Naval Special Warfare teammates that formed the standard upheld by today’s maritime special operators. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Jacob Owen)

221208-N-N0905-1001 - GOA, INDIA (Dec. 8, 2022) U.S. Naval Special Warfare operators observe Indian Navy Marine Commandos conduct close-range rapid-fire drills during a joint combined training. The engagement is an example of the enduring partnership between the Indian and American maritime forces, who routinely operate together in the Indo-Pacific, fostering a cooperative approach toward regional security and stability. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (Courtesy photo)

221210-N-EP643-1104 - PACIFIC OCEAN (Dec. 10, 2022) – A combatant craft assault (CCA) assigned to a Special Boat Team leaves the well deck of dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry (LSD 49) during exercise Steel Knight (SK23), Dec. 10, 2022. SK23 provides U.S. 3rd Fleet and I Marine Expeditionary Force with an opportunity to practice amphibious operations and demonstrate that amphibious forces can access critical areas that shape actions across the range of military operations to resolve conflict, conduct humanitarian assistance or combat the adversary. Steel Knight is an annual combined-arms live-fire exercise led by the 1st Marine Division which ensures forces are optimized for naval expeditionary warfare in contested spaces and is purpose-built to facilitate future operations afloat and ashore. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Zachariah Issa)

221215-N-XW558-1001 - SANTA RITA, Guam (Dec. 15, 2022) Special warfare combatant-craft crewmen in a special operations craft riverine, front, and two combatant crafts assault, middle, and two combatant crafts medium transit Apra Harbor to refine tactics that integrate Naval Special Warfare with fleet operations. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders.

221201-N-OX430-1339 - SAN DIEGO (Dec. 1, 2022) U.S. Navy and Republic of Korea Navy SEALs climb stairs to enter a building during a fully integrated target assault exercise as part of a military operations in urban terrain situational training scenario during a bilateral training exercise. NSW is the nation's premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Gaither)

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221107-N-AC117-1089 - YOKOSUKA, Japan (Nov. 7, 2022) – Sailors with U.S. Naval Special Warfare, the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Special Boarding Unit and the Indian Navy Marine Commando Force practice visit, board, search, and seizure techniques Nov. 7 as part of Malabar 2022. Malabar 2022 is a Japan-led, surface, air, and subsurface multi-lateral field training exercise with the Indian Navy, Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Royal Australian Navy, and U.S. Navy as participants. Malabar 2022 enhances interoperability between Australian, Indian, Japanese and U.S. maritime forces, strengthening the critical partnerships, and demonstrates U.S. naval presence in the Indo-Pacific region. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class MacAdam Kane Weissman)

150312-N-YJ133-150 - STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. (March 12, 2015) Members of Special Boat Team 22 help a teammate back onto a boat during a Special Operations Craft Riverine demonstration at the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School. NAVSCIATTS trains and educates foreign security forces and other international students on small craft strategy, operations, communications, weapons, maintenance and instructor development. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Richard Miller/Released)

221029-N-OX430-1308 - CORONADO, Calif. (Nov. 2, 2022) Former SEAL Team 1 members and their families look at memorabilia while taking a tour of SEAL Team 1's command building following a ceremony celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Navy SEAL Teams at Silver Strand Training Complex. The 60th anniversary is a chance to celebrate Naval Special Warfare's rich history, heritage, and time-honored tradition of serving with humility. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet’s reach and deliver all domain options for naval and joint force commands. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Gaither)

221024-N-GR718-1015 - CORONADO, Calif. (Oct. 21, 2022) Retired Chief Storekeeper Steven Elliott, Naval Special Warfare Group 1’s medical supply program manager, poses for a photo in his office at the Silver Strand Training Complex. Elliott was one of 28 recipients of the 2022 Department of Defense (DoD) Outstanding Employee/Service Member Annual Disability Award. Naval Special Warfare is the nation's premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Chelsea D. Meiller)

221021-N-ZM469-1004 - 221021-N-ZM469-1004 STENNIS SPACE CENTER, Miss. -- United States Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Group 4 commands located at the John C. Stennis Space Center in South Mississippi, recently recognized seven chief petty officers in a formal pinning ceremony witnessed by a gathering of family, friends, command leadership, and teammates. The ceremony is a time-honored U.S. Navy (USN) tradition that has been performed for more than 100 years. The pinning ceremony is described as the most significant transition that U.S. Sailors will ever make in their military careers. NSW commands located at the Stennis Space Center consist of the Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School, Special Boat Team 22, and NSWG-4 Training Detachment Stennis. The three NSW commands are situated on the Western Maneuver Area Training Range, which is composed of some of the finest riverine and littoral training areas in the world. (U.S. Navy photo by Michael Williams)

221019-N-NO9090-1001 - Naval Special Warfare has been the nation’s premier maritime special operations force for 60 years—with a legacy dating to World War II—and to maintain that title, NSW leadership believes fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion is a critical factor to current and future success.

International students conduct a training evolution as part of the Waterborne Instructor Course Riverine at Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School (NAVSCIATTS). - International students conduct a training evolution as part of the Waterborne Instructor Course Riverine at Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School (NAVSCIATTS). The course allows students to master the skills needed to provide training to members of their armed forces or civilian equivalent organizations. NAVSCIATTS is U.S. Special Operations Command’s International Center specializing in mobile and in-resident training across the tactical, operational and strategic spectrums strengthening partner nation capabilities and capacity. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Gary Ward)

220819-N-EZ002-1054 - CORONADO, Calif. (Aug. 19, 2022) Rear Adm. Keith Davids speaks after relieving Rear Adm. Hugh W. Howard III as commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, during a change of command ceremony at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. NSW is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force that extends the Fleet and Joint Force’s reach for collection and lethality, delivers all domain options to undermine our enemies’ confidence, and strengthens diplomatic leverage. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Keypher Strombeck/Released)

NA - CORONADO, Calif. (Aug. 18, 2022) - Rear Adm. Hugh Howard III, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, addresses the crowd at the establishment ceremony for Naval Special Warfare Assessment Command (NSWAC). NSWAC conducts outreach, assessment, selection, and development of future and current Naval Special Warfare operators. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Benjamin K. Kittleson)

NA - Fairbanks, Alaska (May 4, 2022) Sailors assigned to a West Coast-based SEAL Team perform a personnel recovery during a cold weather training exercise designed to replicate the harsh environment of the Arctic’s High North. The training is part of Naval Special Warfare’s Deploy for Purpose model, an optimized combat-ready force in reserve focused on innovation. This new design gives forces the time and space to experiment and develop new concepts to meet specific operational needs while increasing agility to respond to crises around the globe. (U.S. Navy Photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Paolo Bayas)

Sailors assigned to Naval Special Warfare units play a softball game against former San Diego Padres baseball players at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. - CORONADO, Calif. (June 30, 2022) A West Coast-based Naval Special Warfare Sailor celebrates with former San Diego Padres pitcher Trevor Hoffman, right, after hitting a home run during a softball game on Turner Field at Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. Naval Special Warfare personnel hosted San Diego Padres alumni in a joint softball game in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams. Since 1962, Naval Special Warfare has been the nation's highly reliable and lethal maritime special operations force - always ready to conduct full-spectrum operations, unilaterally or with partners, in support of national objectives and uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach by delivering all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Alex Smedegard)

NA - CORONADO, Calif. (June 30, 2022) Naval Special Warfare Sailors play in a joint softball game with San Diego Padres alumni in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams at Turner Field on Naval Amphibious Base Coronado. Since 1962, Naval Special Warfare has been the nation's highly reliable and lethal maritime special operations force - always ready to conduct full-spectrum operations, unilaterally or with partners, in support of national objectives and uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet's reach by delivering all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Alex Smedegard)

220428-N-OX430-1308 - CORONADO, Calif. (April 28, 2022) Cmdr. Taylor Forester addresses the Sailors of Naval Special Warfare Tactical Communications Command (TCC) 1 after relieving Cmdr. Blythe Blakistone during a change of command ceremony. Naval Special Warfare Group 1, which mans, trains and equips West Coast-based SEAL Teams, is comprised of SEAL Teams 1, 3, 5, and 7 as well as Logistics Support Unit 1 and TCC-1. TCC-1 supports SEAL Teams, other special operations forces, and conventional forces worldwide by providing tactical communications in all environments and levels of conflict. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Daniel Gaither)

220322-N-HU588-1167 - ATLANTA, Ga. (Mar. 22, 2022) Rear Adm. H.W. Howard III, commander, Naval Special Warfare Command, visits with midshipmen from the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Atlanta Consortium at Morehouse College to listen to their feedback and speak about career opportunities in special operations. The NROTC Atlanta Consortium  Naval Special Warfare is the nation's premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Sean Weir/Released)

220317-N-KK081-371 - CORONADO, Calif. (March 17, 2022) SEAL Team 7 unveiled a command heritage project to commemorate the team’s 20th anniversary. A 9/11 memorial, which includes a portion of steel from the twin towers, pays tribute to the team’s establishment on March 17th, 2002, just six months after 9/11. 2022 marks the 60th Anniversary of the establishment of Navy SEAL Teams and, throughout the year, NSW will honor their unique heritage by showcasing those who paved the way and the high standards, unique capabilities, and diversity found across the SEAL community today. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Mass Communication Specialist Eric Chan)

CORONADO, Calif. (March 16, 2022) Cmdr. Blythe Blakistone, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Tactical Communications Command (TCC) 1, discusses the mission of TCC-1 and her experience as the first woman to serve as a commanding officer of a Naval Special Warfare unit . Naval Special Warfare is the nation's premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. - CORONADO, Calif. (March 16, 2022) Cmdr. Blythe Blakistone, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Tactical Communications Command (TCC) 1, discusses the mission of TCC-1 and her experience as the first woman to serve as a commanding officer of a Naval Special Warfare unit . Naval Special Warfare is the nation's premier maritime special operations force, uniquely positioned to extend the fleet's reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders.

NA - SAN DIEGO (Feb. 3, 2022) Lt. Cmdr. Joe Kaleiohi, deputy senior medical officer at Naval Special Warfare Group (NSWG) 1, poses for a photo inside an emergency room. Kaleiohi was selected as the 2021 Navy Medicine’s Physician Assistant of the Year for his contributions at NSWG-1 in Coronado, Calif. NSWG-1 mans, trains, equips, deploys and sustains NSW forces throughout the world to support combatant commanders and U.S. national interests.

NA - Naval Special Warfare Command Celebrates 60 Years of Navy SEAL Teams

NA - UNKNOWN LOCATION (Est. 1952) Engineman Seaman Solomon Atkinson smiles for a picture. Atkinson would go on to become one of the first U.S. Navy SEALs, complete 22 years of active Naval service and retire in 1973 as Chief Warrant Officer 4. (Photo courtesy of U.S. Navy)

Viet Nam era SEAL recieves Purple Heart - CORONADO (Oct. 7, 2021) Ray Chauncey Smith Jr., former Navy SEAL wounded in action in Vietnam on June 12th, 1970, receives his purple heart from Captain Brad Geary, commanding officer of Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN) Basic Training Command during a ceremony on Naval Amphibious Base Coronado Oct. 7. NSWCEN provides initial assessment and selection and subsequent advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy’s SEAL and Special Boat Teams. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Benjamin K. Kittleson)

A Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force sailor and a U.S. Naval Special Warfare operator conduct a simulated visit, board, search, and seizure aboard USS Frank Cable (AS-40) as part of MALABAR 2021. MALABAR 2021 is an example of the enduring partnership between Australian, Indian, Japanese and American maritime forces, who routinely operate together in the Indo-Pacific, fostering a cooperative approach toward regional security and stability. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. - A Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force sailor and a U.S. Naval Special Warfare operator conduct a simulated visit, board, search, and seizure aboard USS Frank Cable (AS-40) as part of MALABAR 2021. MALABAR 2021 is an example of the enduring partnership between Australian, Indian, Japanese and American maritime forces, who routinely operate together in the Indo-Pacific, fostering a cooperative approach toward regional security and stability. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders.

U.S. Naval special warfare operators and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force sailors train aboard USS Frank Cable (AS-40) during MALABAR 2021. - SANTA RITA, Guam (Aug. 27, 2021) U.S. Naval special warfare operators and Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force sailors conduct a simulated visit, board, search, and seizure aboard the submarine tender USS Frank Cable (AS-40) during MALABAR 2021. MALABAR 2021 is an example of the enduring partnership between Australian, Indian, Japanese and American maritime forces, who routinely operate together in the Indo-Pacific, fostering a cooperative approach toward regional security and stability. Naval Special Warfare is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force and is uniquely positioned to extend the Fleet’s reach and deliver all-domain options for naval and joint force commanders. (U.S. Navy photo by Ensign Amara Timberlake)

NSW Center Change of Command - CORONADO, Calif. (July 23, 2021) Capt. Bart Randall, former commanding officer, Naval Special Warfare Center (NSWCEN), pins his Command Ashore pin onto Capt. Brian Drechsler during the NSWCEN change of command ceremony onboard Naval Amphibious Base Coronado, Jul. 23, during which Randall was relieved by Drechsler. NSWCEN provides initial assessment and selection and subsequent advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy’s SEAL and Special Boat Teams. (U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Anthony W. Walker)

USS New Mexico; SOCEUR - Maj. Gen. David H. Tabor, commander, Special Operations Command Europe, visits the Virginia-class attack submarine USS New Mexico (SSN 779), June 5, 2021. New Mexico embarked members of the Navy Special Warfare community for scheduled interoperability exercises. U.S. Sixth Fleet, headquartered in Naples, Italy, conducts the full spectrum of joint and naval operations, often in concert with allied and interagency partners, in order to advance U.S. national interests and security and stability in Europe and Africa.

Medal of Honor recipient retired Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward C. Byers Jr., guest speaker during SEAL Qualification Training Class 342’s graduation, pins a Trident on a graduate. - CORONADO, Calif. (April 30, 2021) Medal of Honor recipient retired Master Chief Special Warfare Operator (SEAL) Edward C. Byers Jr., guest speaker during SEAL Qualification Training Class 342’s graduation, pins a Trident on a graduate, April 30, 2020. Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Center provides initial assessment and selection and subsequent advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy’s SEAL and Special Boat communities. These communities support the NSW mission, providing maritime special operations forces to conduct full-spectrum operations, unilaterally or with partners, to support national objectives. For more information on the NSW pipeline, visit https://www.sealswcc.com/. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Anthony W. Walker)

MCPON Smith visits NSW community - SAN DIEGO (Mar. 31, 2021) Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON) Russell Smith speaks with members of the U.S. Navy Parachute Team, the Leap Frogs, during a visit to various NSW commands in the San Diego area. Smith visited NSW to see firsthand how the command is assessing and developing character, cognitive, and leadership traits throughout the Force as an asymmetric advantage in strategic competition. NSW is the nation’s premiere maritime special operations force that extends the Fleet and Joint Force's reach for collection and lethality, delivers all domain options to undermine our enemies’ confidence, and strengthens diplomatic leverage. The command’s diverse Sailors and their leadership, character, and cognitive traits form the core of its creative problem solving and asymmetric approaches to solving the Nation’s hardest problems. The command continues to accelerate its orientation to the distinctive capabilities that only NSW can deliver while emphasizing humility, urgency to evolve and pursue excellence, and the obligation to be stewards of the incredible trust the Nation places in its Naval Commandos. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Sean Furey)

200504-N-QC706-0007.jpg - 200504-N-QC706-0007 CORONADO, Calif. (May 4, 2020) SEAL candidates do push-ups on the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) grinder during training at Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Center in Coronado, Calif., May 4, 2020. NSW Center restarted paused portions of its SEAL and Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewman (SWCC) selection-and-assessment training following careful planning that included implementing COVID-19 mitigation efforts based on CDC recommendations and Department of Defense medical guidance. The health, safety and well-being of students remains NSW Center’s top priority. Any student showing signs of illness will be removed from training and evaluated by medical professionals before returning to training. NSW Center provides initial and advanced training to the Sailors who make up the Navy’s SEAL and Special Boat Teams. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 1st Class Anthony Walker/Released)

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NA - SAN DIEGO (Jan. 26, 2019) Former members of SEAL Team Three join the ship's crew to bring the Navy's newest Zumwalt-class destroyer, USS Michael Monsoor (DDG 1001), to life during its commissioning ceremony. DDG 1001 is the second Zumwalt destroyer ship to enter the fleet. It is the first Navy combat ship named for fallen Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor, who was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his heroic actions while serving in Ramadi, Iraq, in 2006. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Devin M. Monroe)

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