United States Navy SEALs (Sea, Air & Land) - Conducting clandestine missions behind enemy lines. Capturing enemy targets and intelligence against impossible odds. Bringing a threatening act of sea piracy to resolution in the blink of an eye. When they say “The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday,” it’s a motto backed by legendary achievements.
As part of the Navy’s Sea, Air and Land Forces – commonly known as SEALs – they are expertly trained to deliver highly specialized, intensely challenging warfare capabilities that are beyond the means of standard military forces.
Direct action warfare. Special reconnaissance. Counterterrorism. Foreign internal defense. When there’s nowhere else to turn, Navy SEALs are in their element. Achieving the impossible by way of conditioned response, sheer willpower and absolute dedication to their training, their missions and their fellow spec ops team members.
Navy SEALs have been living up to their highly skilled, intensely disciplined reputation since being established by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 as a small, elite maritime military force suited for all aspects of unconventional warfare.
The duties of a SEAL may include and are not limited to: Conducting insertions and extractions by sea, air or land to accomplish covert, Special Warfare / Special Operations missions; Capturing high-value enemy personnel and terrorists around the world; Collecting information and intelligence through special reconnaissance missions; Carrying out small-unit, direct-action missions against military targets; Performing underwater reconnaissance and the demolition of natural or man-made obstacles prior to amphibious landings.
The job of a Navy SEAL relies heavily on adaptability and teamwork. Members train and work in all manner of environments, including desert and urban areas, mountains and woodlands, and jungle and arctic conditions. Whatever the specific mission and surroundings, they’ll utilize the specialized skills and the high-tech equipment required. And they’ll operate not only as highly capable individuals but also as a member of tightly knit SEAL units. These include task units (32-man), platoons (16-man), squads (8-man), teams (4-man) and swim buddy (2-man).
A typical mission as a Navy SEAL may involve insertion into a combat objective by any number of means: parachute, submarine, helicopter, high-speed boat, foot patrol or by a combat swimmer insertion. Training involves operating a wide range of high-tech, specialized equipment. Most of their deployments will last 6 to 8 months.
This will be Very Hot's latest 1/6 scale US Navy SEAL offering – a SEAL CQB (night ops) uniform set for kitting out 12-inch military figures. Doesn't look that bad at all.
Plus it seems they have been improving on their quality lately. Each release is getting better and better.
There are a lot of options and parts with this set. So many goodies, both for add-ons / upgardes and kitbash or used such as it is.
Scroll down to see more pictures, including a break apart M4 that is pretty amazing in detail
Being a uniform set, do note that no 12-inch figure is included with it. This set only comes with the outfit, accessories, gear and weapons.
Comes with Crye style black pants, black hooded tactical jacket, old school assault vest, black FAST carbon helmet with night vision gear, Skull balaclava mask, and M4 carbine that breaks down.
You can pre-order this Very Hot 1/6 scale US Navy SEAL CQB (Close Quarter Battle)(Night Ops) Uniform Set for 12-inch figures from TFH (The Falcon's Hangar)