This was when he was in buds training and many of the men were ringing the bell. Ringing meant that you were quitting and you gave up. But Wadsin never gave up in buds and was trying to get his friend not to ring it, but later on he ended up ringing it. Wadsin made it through buds and now is hell week.
"I Am A Seal Team Six Warrior " Andrew Westphal
Don't you dare ring that bell, do not quit on me
uh ugh, I am trying not to
This is an important event because this was the sounds of the M-80's going off which meant it was hell week. This was an important event because he made it through buds. When the m-80's sounded he knew it was time so he crawled out of the barracks.
Start of hell week
Wasdin was offered hot chocolate and a warm ambulance when they were in the freezing ocean but he never gave up. This was one part of hell week. The men had to sit up in at oceans shore while freezing temperatures that made them shake and then cold waves smacking them in the face.
I am not ringing that bell!! nor am I quitting
we have hot chocolate and blankets
Another important event was when, Wadsin pasted his swim test. They had to swim 50 meters, 25 meters there and then 25 meters back all under water. They had to do a somersault in, which means no diving start. Also they were to swim at the bottom. This was important because swimming was not his best strength.
SWIM AT THE BOTTOM! HURRY!
Only a little left do not give up common
This is when Wadsin was running toward the end of the training and they were running behind a truck. Wadsin was running when he thought of him wearing the Seal trident. This opened up a vision in his mind and he got runners high. Which was good because it was one of his last runs in training and he should finish off strong.
I will wear the trident
Holy cow I hope I do
Lastly another important event was when he was assigned to Seal Team 2. This is an important event because this means he passed all the training and hard work he has went through. Now it is time to go to the East Coast, to serve and protect our country as the highest branch in the military.