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Higday, J. D.
SEALS need better support from naval intelligence
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
vol. 130, no. 8, 38200, p. 62

Accession No.3384


"The author recently spent six months training and deploying with one group of United States Navy SEALS. He was allowed access to how and where they train, and also to how they are supported by naval intelligence. His mission as an Army military intelligence officer was to brief members of Naval Special Warfare Group Two and supporting units on how to use specific Army intelligence assets. He did not just talk, but also listened to how the SEALS felt about "Big Green" the support they would like from the Army, and interestingly, the lack of proper support they receive from the naval intelligence community."