Quiz: The Navy SEALs Test your knowledge of the Navy's elite force. By Debra Bell May 10, 2011 Comments SHARE What year were the Navy SEALs officially established? 1918 1941 1962 1981 What does SEAL stand for? Sea, Air, and Land Stealth Elite American Legion Solitary Exclusive Armed League It stands for nothing Approximately how many members of the Navy are SEALs? 600 2,500 9,800 22,700 Which of these mottos is often associated with the Navy SEALs? "Semper Paratus" ("Always Ready") "Who Dares Wins" "This We'll Defend" "The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday" True or false: A college degree is a requirement to become a Navy SEAL. True False What is the approximate dropout rate for Navy SEAL training? 25 percent 45 percent 75 percent 95 percent True or false: In order to become a Navy SEAL, one must be male and a United States citizen. True False What is the common name of the team that captured Osama bin Laden? SEAL Team B SEAL Team Three SEAL Team F SEAL Team Six What was the name of the operation that resulted in the death of bin Laden? Operation Neptune Spear Operation Overlord Operation Praying Mantis Operation Red Dog In which state is the SEAL team that captured bin Laden based? California New Jersey Texas Virginia Click here for the answers See more quizzes Corrected on : Corrected on 05/19/11: An earlier version of this article had an incorrect answer.