A recently released video showcases U.S. Navy SEALs, along with U.S. Marine Corps and other forces, participating in a consulate evacuation training exercise. The video, set at Deuce Village, an urban operations training range in Arizona, demonstrates a variety of tactics and resources used during the mock evacuation, including UH-1Y Venom helicopters, CH-53E Super Stallions, and a Royal Air Force Chinook.
The SEALs are seen deploying from a helicopter onto the rooftop of the mock consulate, armed with M4-pattern rifles, sidearms, and specialized gear. The exercise also features the use of the Intrepid Tiger II electronic warfare pod, designed to jam enemy communications, disrupt remotely triggered explosive devices, and gather intelligence.
Marines and other forces work together to control the situation from outside the consulate, while plain-clothed Diplomatic Security Service personnel observe from the rooftop. The training exercise, part of the Weapons and Tactics Instructors Course, emphasizes the importance of interagency and coalition cooperation in potential future operations, particularly in reinforcing or evacuating diplomatic facilities abroad.