- "Spawn with tanks, jets, and choppers for an all-out battle at Sandy Shores Airfield. RPGs, Miniguns, and Heavy Snipers only, with tons of space."
SEAL Team Six is a user-created deathmatch by ishtheengineer, and was added in the first batch of Rockstar verified jobs on December 30, 2013. The map takes place on the Sandy Shores Airfield, and consists of aerial and ground combat.
Players spawn with no weapons and are forced to scavenge them from the field. Most of the weapons on the map are heavy weapons such as RPGs, Miniguns and Heavy Snipers. There are also plenty of respawning vehicles to use as well.
- Players should decide quickly on what their choice of attack should be: attacking by air or ground. Both teams have easy access to tanks, jets and helicopters, as well as extremely powerful small arms weapons. If attacking from the air, get high in the air quickly, as enemy minigun, RPG and tank fire will quickly destroy your vehicle. If attacking from the ground, get in a tank if possible. If not, run and grab as many weapons as you can because the fight ahead is going to be long and deadly. If players are assaulting you from the air, either concentrate your teams minigun fire on them or use a tank to shoot them down. If players are assaulting you by ground, either use a provided RPG or use the Buzzards or Lazers rockets to destroy their tanks, and miniguns to strafe players without a vehicle. This mission is extremely hard to play at night, and even harder when it's raining, as the only provided lights will be fire caused by explosions, minigun tracers and small lights on the runway.
- Focus on your specialty. If you a a great tank driver, then use the Rhino while battling with the enenies. If you are are a great pilot, stick with the jets and provide support for your ground forces. There may be instances where your ground forces are in trouble, so using the strafe run technique, you can easily take out all the enemy ground forces and provide a ton of support. Also, focus your attention of enemy jets as well; they might be trying to do the same technique and that can effect your team greatly.