Internet Traffic Explodes up to 1290% on Popular Military Websites, Reports

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The website, a great online resource for recruitment information and military news, attributes the spike to recent military events and amplified curiosity about the Navy. For more details, please visit

There’s a feeding frenzy to learn more about Navy SEALs.

Larry Fowler of announced today that visits to major military websites have increased significantly over the past few weeks. Site traffic to is up by 128%, while visits to and have jumped by 203% and 1290%, respectively. Even’s traffic has increased by 46%.

Fowler said that current events, such as the ongoing military action in Libya and the Osama Bin Laden mission, may have contributed to the increase, especially regarding’s change.

“There’s a feeding frenzy to learn more about Navy SEALs,” Fowler said. contains a wealth of information for those interested in becoming a Navy SEAL. The site features articles on the intense training and skills required. Applicants must pass an aptitude test and a physical fitness screening before they are even considered for the SEALs training program. Once accepted, recruits must survive “Hell Week,” a grueling seven day period filled with constant physical and mental training.

The site has personal stories from those who served as well. Fowler, for instance, shares his own experience as a young SEAL recruit in “How BUDS (Navy SEAL training) Changes Your Life Forever.”

“By many estimates, Navy Seal training is the toughest military training in the world. You’re tested both physically and mentally beyond human comprehension,” he writes. “One training exercise required us to ‘porpoise’ the length of an Olympic pool with our ‘hands’ and ‘ankles’ firmly tied together.”

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