So you have made the decision that you would like to become a Navy SEAL. You are training, mentally prepping, and are highly motivated, but have additional questions or would like to feel better prepared for when you arrive at BUD/S. There are many resources available to new recruits as the U.S. Navy seeks to fill the ranks of their special operations forces. One of these valuable resources are the SEAL mentors. A Navy SEAL mentor will act as your guide as you get closer to signing up for your exciting career in the United States Navy. They will answer all of your questions, as well as help you train for your physical screening test to enter BUD/S. As a Navy SEAL, your mentor will be your first experience in working within the SEAL community. Use this tool wisely; listen attentively and work hard in every aspect of your training.
A SEAL mentor is available throughout 26 areas within the United States. You are able to make initial contact with them via phone or email. Below I have listed the contact information and regions for your closest SEAL mentor. Of course your mentor’s exact location will remain secret until you have been screened by the SEAL Scout Team. Take the time to make contact with the SEAL Scout Team and let them know that you would like to work with a SEAL mentor. No matter how prepared you feel you are, I would strongly advise taking advantage of all that a SEAL mentor has to offer. The mentors are a wealth of information that can assist you in achieving your dream of becoming one of America’s elite; a Navy SEAL.
Contact the Navy SEAL Scout Team to get in touch with a SEAL Mentor near you.
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 888-876-7325 (888-USN-SEAL)
The SEAL Scout Team is available: Monday – Friday, 6:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, except federal holidays.
Los Angeles, California
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, New York
Raleigh, North Carolina
San Antonio, Texas
San Diego, California
San Francisco, California
St. Louis, Missouri