War & Bravery
By Editorial Staff Statsfact.com
Amid the Iran-Iraq war's danger to USA interests in the late 1980s, the SEALs showed bravery by protecting U.S. ships and ensuring safe passage through the Gulf.
The SEALs demonstrated valor during the 1989 Panama invasion by securing key targets and rescuing an American hostage held by Noriega's forces.
The SEALs displayed valor in the Gulf War, rescuing a downed Air Force pilot and executing reconnaissance and direct action missions in Iraq.
Operation Uphold Democracy, authorized by the UN in 1994, aimed to remove Haiti's military regime responsible for toppling President Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
SEALs in Afghanistan engaged in a deadly firefight during a reconnaissance mission, resulting in the loss of 11 Navy SEALs and eight other U.S. service members.
SEALs teamed up with Afghan forces in a joint operation to eradicate Taliban fighters in the Shah-i-Kot Valley of Afghanistan.
SEALs in Iraq War was a military campaign by the US led coalition forces to overthrow Saddam Hussein's regime and establish a new government in Iraq
The SEALs conducted direct action against Taliban and Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, dismantling terrorist networks and preventing attacks on U.S. soil.
US mission in Pakistan on May 2, 2011 to capture/kill al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden for 9/11 involvement..