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-- -- the most intense training programs in the world and now the Discovery Channel is giving unprecedented access to the special ops training program.
In the show called surviving the cut to.
Theory is yeah.
Preventing you -- David -- injured.
There aren't all out.
Joining us -- sectors technical sergeant Alvin Hansen and staff sergeant Neil -- just here live with us it's -- fun.
You're delegate those guys but that's what it takes right -- -- I mean this the first time -- this is actually his second season but the first time really we're getting an in depth look.
At what it it takes to become a member of special ops department is having to hold your breath as we're watching here -- is it two minutes' worth.
Maintenance and not two minutes.
But why don't we -- I didn't even.
-- what goes audio will goes on underneath that is the key right you getting punchy and -- -- you're getting spun around correct.
That would have trying to teach and -- -- focus under stress.
And Palin do their safety checks as needed so you've brought us into this process and you say -- the stats say the seven attempts and the people that -- for special forces navy seal training.
Will fail -- -- that.
Yes sir why.
It's a mental and physical.
No training -- we have to do.
When He gets us there are physically trained and able to to do -- what what's needed of them here and it in the clips -- -- The -- under water -- had a hard time with.
Procedures is what it is not not so much a physical part but actually mental part of filling out and doing.
Procedures that we can train them to do so let's just punches -- remember doing an interview once about special ops and and somebody said that what really eliminates a lot of people it's injury -- -- For us we've already had our students come to us and there already pre selected so when we come to us.
A lot of times that we are the guys it's a -- a lot of just.
Just injuries not because of failure trainer unable to do the task it.
To be just muscle injuries or something else so take the sergeant I have to ask you win you we've heard about the -- she'll take down of -- lot.
What does that do interest in what you do on a daily basis into like a program like this now in its second season.
We we still see the same amount of people that come through.
And -- force we have our special forces and we are attached to those types of teams so the guys that we are.
Training up will be out there in the field -- ultimately the public perceives you is really extraordinary and -- they're coming and with.
Its toy easy it'll -- action figures because that decent set.
Sort of I guess -- we're just.
We stay pretty much down -- -- for the -- -- and that's what we see and that's what we have visibility what concerns about show.
How you train our special ops need them the most powerful most effective force in the world any concerns about showing secrets.
And not that we have or on the show that we have here the diving.
I don't I don't see me and we're not we disclosing anything nets.
Secret -- and what questions -- we ask ourselves is a lot of people in the true hoops claimed to be Navy SEALs and some -- -- they decide they want to do this who were quick to -- -- substance to say -- if we could do it.
What are the qualities that we need to see if we have what it takes to be spent a member -- was I think it's that the questioner -- -- themselves of what it takes to be able to do written I think of very first step is going to be saying that I will go and do it and then put yourself to the test and see where he's put yourself up I was -- Very subtle look at Bryant and He wants to Conyers of the United Online now.
Like to see it but anyway -- look on -- second season it's Mondays at 10 PM eastern time on discovery pixie.
And thank you hi guys greasy and meanwhile it takes you service.
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