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His parents throw him a graduation party and give him a frogman's outfit.
So, what about those old Navy and Marine Corps rumors about frogmen-slaying dolphins trained by the military?
Among those men being trained were members of the Navy Combat Demolition Units, later called the Underwater Demolition Teams or frogmen, and then, even later, Navy Seals.
The fear of these divers, or frogmen, is a subtle indicator of global tension.
Before an invasion, frogmen surreptitiously landed on beaches, scouting the best routes to the interior.
The DGSE hiring target is 500-600 recruits a year to bring its numbers up to 7,100 by 2019, but the skills required are not those of amphibious frogmen or secret agents of the kind incarnated by the fictional British character James Bond.
In 1951, Bradner devised a rubber garment that promised to help Navy frogmen stay warm during their dives.
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Definition of frogman for English Language Learners
: a person (especially a man in the military or police) who uses special equipment to work underwater for long periods of time
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