Seals may refer to:
- United States Navy SEALs, the U.S. Navy's principal special operations force
- Royal Thai Navy SEALs, part of the Royal Thai Navy
- Florida Seals, a minor league ice hockey team from 2002 and 2007
- San Francisco Seals (baseball), a minor league baseball team in the Pacific Coast League from 1903 until 1957
- San Francisco Seals (ice hockey), a minor league hockey team in the Western Hockey League from 1961 until 1967
- San Francisco Seals (soccer), an American soccer team in the USL Premier Development League from 1992 until 2008
- Victoria Seals, a professional baseball team based in Victoria, British Columbia from 2008 until 2010
- Seals (surname)
- Seals, Georgia, United States
Other articles related to "seals, seal":
... Satellite tracking revealed the seals spend very little time on the surface, usually a few minutes for breathing ... As far as duration, depth, and the sequence of dives, the southern elephant seal is the best performing seal ... adaptations, common to marine mammals, but particularly developed in elephant seals ...
... Air Line Railroad, was opened in January 1894 between Kingsland and Woodbine, and Seals was on the line about halfway between the two ... Seals was only one of many villages - others included Burnt Fort, Center Village, Kinlaw, Scarlett, Walker Swamp, Tompkins, Clarksville, Red Cap, Ceylon ...
... current and former members of the United States Navy SEALs ... Founded in 1962, the SEALs are the U.S ... The name "SEALs" represents the environments in which they operate sea, air and land ...
... This is a list of coaches of the California Seals, Oakland Seals and California Golden Seals ... Eight men coached the Seals from their creation for the 1967–68 NHL season until the team moved to Cleveland, Ohio after the 1975–76 NHL season ... Fred Glover had two stints as coach of the Seals ...
... Seals Stadium 1931 through 1959 Occupants San Francisco Seals - Pacific Coast League (1931-57) Mission Reds - PCL (1931-37) San Francisco Giants ...
Famous quotes containing the word seals:
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—John Dos Passos (18961970)