Diehard GameFAN writes: "Despite spending four years in the service, I really don't know too much about the Navy SEALs. For one, I spent most of my time on an Aircraft Carrier, so there weren't many Seals around. Secondly, when SEALs were around, we stayed the hell away from each other; they typically stuck to their clique. Whatever the reality of being a Navy SEAL is, I can at least assure people that it's not what you see in movies or games, which are used more as recruitment tools than accurate portrayals of how the military works. I dislike the fact that videogames, especially games like America's Army, are being used to recruit people to actually kill others, particularly because the perception of military life is always as different from the reality of it as it is in this idiotic Air Force Reserve ad they showed during halftime of the Super Bowl."