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WATCH NOW: Pete Hegseth & Navy SEALS Swim Across Hudson River, Honoring Military Vets

Pete Hegseth & over 30 Navy SEALS dove into the Hudson River, honoring military vets along the way.


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Pete Hegseth, former army vet and Fox News host took part in the "Navy SEAL Hudson River Swim and Run", where a group of over 30 navy SEALS swam they swam across the Hudson in support of military vets and their families.

 This marks the first time that a leagally sanctioned swim has taken place, starting at Liberty State Park, swimming all the way to Battery Park in Manhattan in over two and a half hours, while making stops at Ellis Island and the 9/11 Memorial.

They swam to benefit the cleverly named GI Go Fund, a nonprofit that helps  and supports veterans, and gave viewers a glimpse into the camaraderie and closeness that the SEALS share.

 Pete Hegseth said that the risk of jumping into the Hudson was "nothing" compared to the risks that servicemembers took on a daily basis.



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