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Under Navy regulations, a SEAL's Trident can be taken if a commander loses faith and confidence in the service member's ability to exercise sound judgment, reliability and personal conduct. The Navy has removed 154 Tridents since 2011.
Reasons can range from drug or alcohol use to training or performance issues. Personnel policies also state the pins can be revoked due to a loss of confidence in warfighting, leadership or managerial ability for officers, or sound judgment, reliability or personal conduct for enlisted SEALs.
Under Navy regulations, a SEAL's Trident can be taken if a commander loses faith and confidence in the service member's ability to exercise sound judgment, reliability and personal conduct. The Navy has removed 154 Tridents since 2011.
Since 2011, 154 SEAL Tridents or Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman pins have been revoked for various reasons.
The badges are the badges SEALs (aka: Special Warfare Insignia or SEAL Trident) earn when they graduate from BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL) and become full fledged SEALs. To nail them into the coffin by hand is a complete sign of respect to a fallen comrade.
The SEAL trident consists of a golden eagle with an anchor, a flintlock style pistol and trident in its talons. The anchor symbolizes the Navy, the SEALs' parent military department. The trident symbolizes the connection a SEAL has with the sea. The pistol represents a SEALs combat capability.
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Russell Rhodes Jr. The Trident was originally worn in both gold and silvergold for officers and silver for enlisted. This was changed in 1970, when a gold trident became standard for all SEALs.
The Trident. The Trident is composed of four objects: an anchor, eagle, trident, and pistol. As the Pritzker Military Museum & Library explains: The anchor signifies the Navy as the branch of service.
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