Special Warfare Combatant Craft Crewmember Badge
The Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewman Badge (SWCC badge) is a military qualification badge of the United States Navy which was first conceived in 1996, though the design wasn't approved for wear until 2001.
The badge is authorized for wear by volunteer members of Special Boat Teams (formerly Special Boat Units) under U.S. Naval Special Warfare Command. Candidates must pass the SWCC course of instruction at Coronado, California and then complete personal qualification standards (PQS) for their specific Special Boat Unit or Special Boat Team (SBT).
To receive the Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewman Badge, a service member must pass SWCC school, complete their probationary period, and pass other schools such as SERE. They are then assigned to a detachment where they undergo further training in small arms and mounted weapons use, land and maritime navigation, riverine or coastal combat tactics, survival and emergency damage control skills, emergency medical skills, and close quarters naval combat.