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SEAL Team One had furnished two ‘volunteer’ teams for the Panama Mission. Both teams boarded the single C-17 that was provided with the additional fuel tanks, one team would be dropped by parachute with the newly modified short wave radios at the Pacific side of the canal. The modified radios still have the distance to transmit any place in the world given the proper antenna dimensions. However, the radios were designed to be compact and given a hardened casing that would better protect them for military use. They all used either hand-powered generators or AC current. The second team would be dropped at the Caribbean side with the modified short wave, once in each team would survey and report back, then move east or west…show more content…
Once that was established they would stay there three days and report back. At that point they believed they would have enough intelligence and begin moving east. The second team jumped closer to 0600 at the opposite end, they were also dropped a couple of miles away from their objective and would hike in, find an over-watch positon and settle in. The first team that was inserted was being led by Lieutenant Oscar Williams, he had been with team one for four years and loved his job. The assistant Officer was Lieutenant J.G Toby Lewis, he’d been with the team for a two years and he would have gotten out if it weren’t for the event, now with nowhere to go he had decided to stay with the teams. Followed by Master Chief Eric Stuble, Platoon Chief Worack Gomez, Petty Officer Ross Gay, Petty Officer Steven Rolls, all of the men had ten years or better in the teams and were experience operators. Most of the team members had fought in Iraq, Afghanistan and all of them have fought recently against Mexico. The second team that was inserted at the far end of the Canal Zone was led by Lieutenant Bill Anderson, he was regular Navy through-and-through. The assistant Officer was Lieutenant J.G Wilbur Martin, also true blue Navy. Followed by Master Chief Eric Homer Jenkins, Platoon Chief Wolf Perry, and Petty Officer Robert Perez, Petty Officer 2nd Class Stephan Fisher. Like the other team all of the men had ten years or better in the teams and were
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