Chris Caracci

Original SEAL Team 6, Undercover Narcotics, SWAT Operations, Stories Of MOH Heroes At War (pt2)

Chris Caracci – Part 2 – From SEAL Team Six to Law Enforcement: A Journey of Tactical Mastery
This week, the Team Never Quit Podcast brings you Part 2 of Marcus and Melanie’s discussion with Chris Caracci, a distinguished figure with over two decades of combined military and law enforcement experience. Chris’s journey from serving with SEAL Team One and Team Six to becoming a leading authority in practical and tactical techniques is both inspiring and enlightening.
Chris’s illustrious career began with a six-year commitment in the U.S. Navy, where he served with unparalleled distinction in SEAL Team One and Team Six, specializing in anti-terrorism operations. Transitioning from his military service, Chris spent nine years as a sworn tactical officer, operating in diverse environments across New York, New Jersey, and South Florida. His expertise in SWAT operations and narcotics enforcement earned him recognition as a top-tier operative and trainer, sought after by both local and federal agencies.
Chris shares compelling accounts of Medal of Honor recipients going back to the Vietnam War.
Today, Chris’s dedication to personal protection and private training keeps him at the forefront of the field, where maintaining peak physical and mental conditioning is paramount. With a profound understanding of real-life conflicts, Chris brings a unique perspective to his classes, teaching from both the heart and the mind.
Gain insights into Chris’s firsthand experiences with real-life conflicts and the strategies needed to navigate them successfully.
Don’t miss this week’s Part 2 episode as we delve into more details of Chris Caracci’s military and law enforcement service – a true master of tactical expertise.

In this episode you will hear:
• [Marcus] I remember being in hell week, around the world, rowing that boat. I looked over at the guys in my boat and I said, “Hey guys, we’re in the books, we’re in the movies right now.
• The things that I read about in the books is what we were doing. {16:36)
• If I can’t see my target I’m not shooting. I don’t shoot to make noise. (34:20)
• [Marcus] Imagine if a football play lasted until you actually scored a touchdown – without stopping. It’s kinda what it’s like for us. (47:48)
• Sometimes, you have to face the truth that what we do and how we do it. We CAN do it and not everybody can do it. (58:30)
• SEAL Teams have never left anyone behind – ever. (74:43)
• We had three Medal of Honors that went out in Vietnam. (84:54)
• For a SEAL to be awarded and it’s not about medal, we’re talking about a validation for something they did. It’s very hard for frogmen to get that because every day are those kinds of missions. (84:00)
• Just training. SEAL Teams kill more people in peacetime than anyone has a clue about. (89:59)

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