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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Sunday, April 18, 2021

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According to Master Chief Petty Officer Brian Jurgens, learning how to dive isn’t the first lesson you have to learn to become a Navy. Instead, learning how to learn is the key. A Navy must be willing to learn and understand everything he has to know to become good with what he does. Navy Sailors also go through plenty of training to adapt and come out better, requiring them to be open to learning all the time.

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