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SEAL Team Hold What You Got (2017– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Action / Drama / War
Original Title: Hold What You Got
Director: Kenneth Fink
Writers: Benjamin Cavell,Spencer Hudnut
Released: 2017–
Duration: 43min
Video type: TV Episode
Bravo Team partners with the Mexican Marines to hunt the head of one of the most powerful and lethal drug cartels in Mexico
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
David Boreanaz David Boreanaz - Jason Hayes
Max Thieriot Max Thieriot - Clay Spenser
Jessica Paré Jessica Paré - Mandy Ellis
Neil Brown Jr. Neil Brown Jr. - Ray Perry
A.J. Buckley A.J. Buckley - Sonny Quinn
Toni Trucks Toni Trucks - Lisa Davis
Judd Lormand Judd Lormand - Lt. Commander Eric Blackburn
Michael McGrady Michael McGrady - Captain Harrington
Alona Tal Alona Tal - Stella
Felix Solis Felix Solis - Col. Martinez
Mirelly Taylor Mirelly Taylor - Rita Alfaro
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez Bobby Daniel Rodriguez - Lt. Juan Lopez
Kerri Medders Kerri Medders - Emma Hayes
Paolo Cesar Paolo Cesar - Carlos Gonzalez
Bianca Lopez Bianca Lopez - Waitress

The milestones of the mission were based on dog breeds (Black Lab[rador], Golden Retriever).

SSE is Sensitive Site Exploitation.

According to the trade magazines, SEAL TEAM is filming in Puerto Rico. Apparently, San Juan is standing-in for Mexico City.

Before the attack on Gonzalez's compound, Sonny asks what the Mexican Marines say before each mission. He is told "Que la Fuerza te acompañe" which is Spanish for "May the Force be with you."



Reviews: [2]

  • avatar

    Kardana

    U.S. Navy S.E.A.L.s are Direct Action Only as "Short-duration strikes and other small-scale offensive actions", emphasize "Short Duration" as measured in hours. U.S. Army Special Forces are trained and organized (U.S. Army Special Forces Support Teams, ODBs) to conduct Long Duration Operations days, weeks, months, years as "Until the Mission Objectives are completed", reason why U.S. Army Special Forces Teams are still at Afghanistan.

    Standard Operating Procedures for a "Snatch and Grab". Direct Action Team does the Snatch and Grab after 2 to 4 Teams provide Perimeter Security around Mission Objective, this was done ever since 1993 U.S. Army Special Force 1st Operational Detachment's raid to capture Somalis Warlords, to prevent the Mission Team and Target from being surrounded and trapped by Enemy Forces. One or more Team Members performing Perimeter Security face the objective, to Cover the Perimeter Security Teams "6" (backs) so they are not attacked from behind, and also to prevent any "Targets" from escaping. Lesson learned from Democrat President Clinton's 1998 Declared War Against U.S. Ally Iraq 1993 to ?, U.S. Army Special Forces Snipers (Urban Warfare, usually the M-25 Sniper Rifle) are inserted undetected before the start of the "Snatch and Grab" Mission to provide constant Intelligence of the Objective, and to provide "Overwatch".

    Ever since Democrat President Clinton's 1993 Disaster, the U.S. Army Special Forces Mission Team has "On Call" extremely heavily armed Teams, Armored Vehicles, Attack Helicopters (A.H.) usually of the U.S. Army's 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (S.O.A.R.), U.S. Air Force Special Operations Wings AC-130s, CIA's MQs (Armed "Drones").

    The other reason that U.S. Navy S.E.A.L.s do not do this kind of Mission, is unlike U.S. Army Special Forces being fluent in the Language and knowledgeable of the Nations Cultural Anthropology (Government, Military, History, Culture, Religion, Beliefs, etc.) that they are Responsible for, U.S. Navy S.E.A.L.s are not.
  • avatar

    Milleynti

    Something is missing from these operations. Everything is too short. Mandy is the weakest character Jessica Pare is a bad choice, it's totally inexpressive. , the same gestures, the same face in any situation.