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This is what the Navy SEALs from 'G.I. Jane' are doing today

In 1997, director Ridley Scott decided to do something no other filmmaker has ever done — send a female into SEAL training and record it.


After a grueling training process, she and her class were diverted to support a satellite recovery mission. They got into a big firefight with the bad guys and she helped save the master chief who gave her shit for weeks.

The class graduated and moved on to become operational, but did you ever wonder what happened to them after that?

Well, we used our (fictional) WATM private investigators to look for the SEALs' silver screen whereabouts, and here's what they found.

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FYI: Don't take this literally.

Master Chief Urgayle

(Source: Buena Vista)

After he was wounded and saved by Lt. O'Neill in a cinematic finale, the master chief retired from the SEAL community and moved to a small town with his family — opening up a restaurant.

But his peaceful life didn't last too long. He became a local hero when he f*cked up two mob guys who caused an excessive amount of commotion in his town.

(Source: Screenshot from "A History of Violence" New Line")

After all the craziness ended, he got covered in tattoos, received a phone call from his Russian mob family and returned home to the motherland. He's been there ever since.

(Source: Screenshot from "Eastern Promises" Focus")

Slovnik

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Life after the SEAL teams got pretty complication for this sailor; he developed a split personality disorder but picked up a knack for carpentry.

(Source: Screenshot from "Passion of the Christ" Icon Pictures)

Unfortunately, his wood-working career didn't last very long after he got hated on by a bunch of non-believers.

He managed to rediscover himself and teamed up with a wealthy computer programmer saving lives through AI surveillance that identifies suffering civilians involved with impending crimes.

No one saw that career change coming.

Source: Screenshot from "Person of Interest" WB television)

McCool

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This Navy SEAL did a few combat deployments but decided not to make it a career. He was recruited to play professional basketball for the Knights and ended up adopting one of his 14 -year-old orphan teammates who wore some raggedy-ass Michael Jordan shoes.

(Source: Screenshot from "Like Mike" Fox)

In the offseason, he plays wide-receiver for Boston Rebels football team and even won a Super Bowl. Good for him.

(Source: Screenshot from " The Game Plan" Buena Vista)

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Jordan O'Neill

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After she helped defeat some Syrian bad guys and saved her master chief in battle, Jordan O'Neill eventually earned her SEAL trident — but never went operational.

The Navy found out she had a secret past that slipped through multiple security background checks. Before the Navy, Jordan O'Neill worked as a detective for a billionaire only known as "Charlie," working as one of his angels. Frustrated, she departed the Navy and went rogue, working to take down the other angels she suspected of ruining her career.

(Source: Screenshot from "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" Sony)

After the angels thwarted her quest to bring them down, she changed her name to Kate Jones and used her brilliant manipulation tactics to sell high priced items in a suburban neighborhood — with her fake family.

(Source: Screenshot from "The Joneses" Roadside)