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All the BUD/S classmates had their strengths and worked on the weaknesses prior to BUD/S so the weaknesses were now moderate strengths.
Little victories like winning the obstacle course, doing the most pull-ups on the PST, or fastest swim were daily challenges that really turned BUD/S into a competition and fun - not a torture session where we were just trying to survive each day.
It reads, "Stew, do you think SEAL training Hell Week is still as hard as when you were going through BUD/S." Of course, any old frogman will tell you his Hell Week was the toughest ever, but I have to say, I have seen several Hell Weeks since I graduated from BUD/S in 1992 and they still suck.
After talking to some recent BUD/S graduates, we shared Hell Week stories that were as similar today as they were 20 years ago.
When BUD/S Class 180 started First Phase we had 120, by the time Hell Week started, we were down to less than 90 students in our class. Too cold, too much stress, too many pushups, too much running, too much water skills - pretty much BUD/S will give you TOO MUCH of everything.
The night before Hell Week, we were all jacked up - couldn't sleep but forced ourselves and just waited for the late October Hell Week in 1991 to begin.
We knew we would eat roughly every six hours and our mental goal was to make it to the next meal.