Selection – Delta has a selection process based on British In a world full of princesses be a Delta girl shirt, it is there to weed out all the mentally and physically weak candidates. Plus a psychological evaluation to remove guys with what they call ‘assholeitis’. They then proceed to OTC which further weeds out candidates. DevGru doesn’t have a selection course, they go straight to their OTC and are weeded out from there.Mentality- The books written by Delta members come off as logical and scientific research papers. They are more self reflective and focus on personal development and taking responsibility. DevGru writers books come off as standard hollywood fare, portraying a persona of 80’s action hero. In the Army you get a nickname from your goofups in the Navy you get it for doing something badass. You can take a pick who is humbler.Skillset – Majority of Delta members are soldiers of infantry or special forces MOS, which means they know basic infanteering from the start. SEALs start off as sailors who are generally technical. I read somehwere that when things went fubar(ambush) Delta were able to switch to their basic infantry skills. SEALs however weren’t and as a result were paired with Rangers or sent to Ranger school to learn basic infantry skills. Delta has a Diver component formed from Green Berets of diver community but their emphasis is more land based. DevGru is more maritime based but with the GWOT has adapted to land warfare too.
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They generally recruit from the 75th Ranger Regiment, though they have been known to recruit from other units and even other branches. This does include Navy Seals, MARSOC and other elite special units. Once identified as a potential candidate, you show up to a selection course that involves testing your physical prowess, mental fortitude and other skills like land navigation at night over rough terrain. Paul Howe, a former Delta operative himself once said that out of his two classes of 120 each, 12–14 completed the selection. (Note: keep in mind that 12–14 applicants completed selection, however that does not mean that they were SELECTED) it also should be noted that these 120 applicants are from the absolute cream of the crop of existing special operations, and that the individuals that drop out to this degree are mostly operators already, which should hint at the difficulty we are talking about here. If selected, you will attend the Operator Training Course (OTC) which is around 6 months long and teaches skills like advanced marksmanship, lock picking, tradecraft, demolition and breaching, surveillance and counter surveillance, among many others I’m sure we’ll never hear about.