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  • The following day was clear, calm, and "stable" for Adam and Dave, both of whom made it through to the next phase of Green Team.
    p. 210.4
  • He felt he was a "good person" during the high school phase of his life, which was when he began to experiment with alcohol, "so I could feel at ease with myself," he wrote.
    p. 58.0
  • As he began the first phase of BUD/S, Kelley charged into her own grueling routine.
    p. 109.5
  • He'd barely made the two-mile ocean swim within the ninety-five-minute time constraint, and the next two-mile swim had to be finished within eighty-five minutes, with the final two-mile swim in phase three in under seventy-five minutes.
    p. 113.4
  • A student who couldn't pass all the requirements could be dropped completely from the course or, if instructors saw potential, rolled into the following course during any of the three phases of BUD/S.
    p. 114.7
  • This meant that if Adam couldn't pass the two-mile ocean swim, the instructors could roll him into Class 227 at phase two.
    p. 114.8
  • While waiting for his new class to get to the second phase—which would take about two months—he would have to maintain his fitness level and assist the instructors.
    p. 114.9
  • With rigorous training he had improved his strokes and bettered his time by the final week of phase one, but not by enough.
    p. 115.1
  • The second phase of BUD/S, dive phase, is considered by many to be as difficult as Hell Week.
    p. 115.4
  • The second phase of BUD/S, dive phase, is considered by many to be as difficult as Hell Week.
    p. 115.4
  • But no matter how much he tried, Adam could not pass pool comp, and when the review board informed him that he would be rolled to the dive phase of the next class rather than dropped, he was both angry with himself and relieved.
    p. 115.8
  • Adam and Austin began the second phase of BUD/S for a second time with SEAL Class 227.
    p. 116.2
  • While "cold, wet, sandy" is the theme for BUD/S, "Pays to be a winner" is the mantra of instructors who demand teamwork—anybody who hasn't pulled his weight is long gone by phase two—yet also create competition by offering rewards, usually rest, to those who finish first.
    p. 117.8
  • His scores were not the highest, but his determination was unmatched, and that carried him into the third phase of BUD/S.
    p. 118.4
  • Even though instructors never allowed students to slack off, during third phase they were particularly vigilant because of the use of explosives and live ammunition.
    p. 118.7
  • The men remaining had proven they weren't going to quit; now they had to remain focused and uninjured for one last phase.
    p. 118.9
  • The ocean swell picked up and waves started pounding the island, making the conclusion of phase three particularly brutal for Class 227.
    p. 121.2
  • The instructor describes a scenario to Adam and his teammates during the patrolling phase of advanced land warfare training.
    p. 132.4
  • This was followed by an oral board review and written and oral psychological testing, a phase that approximately half the applicants fail.
    p. 180.9
  • Although the specific qualifications and training tactics of the CQB phase—the crux of Green Team for most SEALs—are classified, "to give you an idea of what Adam had to master, consider where we start them off," says another instructor.
    p. 202.6

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