Surviving the Cut, Season 2

Surviving the Cut, Season 2

Surviving the Cut

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release Date: 2011-07-11
  • Advisory Rating: TV-PG
  • Episodes: 6
  • iTunes Price: USD 7.99

Description

With extraordinary and unprecedented access, dive into the intense world of military special forces training. From brutal and harsh underwater sublevels, to course and unforgiving terrain, share the personal quests of the men and women committed to making it into the military’s most coveted and elite unit as they overcome the ruthless minefields of physical and psychological hurdles to become the best of the best.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman 43:34 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Army Sniper 43:33 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Air Force Diver 43:34 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 Army Sapper 43:34 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
5 Army Night Stalker 43:34 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman, 42:34 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • very, very good

    5
    By BruinSurfer
    i just wuna say thanks for the advice and thanks for serving guys. i will def listen and respect you guys
  • Surviving the Cut

    5
    By Chuck W Charles
    Excellent series! A fantastic up to date look at some of the toughest programs in the military. Highly recommend! (FYI... As has been mentioned, the title of the episode was erroneously titled "driver")
  • Air Force DRIVER? LOL Diver maybe?

    5
    By Spider-Med
    Dearest iTunes, you spelled Diver with an additional "r" making it dRiver. You don't become a combat DRIVER... you become a combat DIVER. Just an FYI...
  • Good.

    5
    By Jerry Wilson
    This stuff is the cat's meow a really impressive show of team work and leadership! the bee's knee's is this show. i love watching it.
  • More to come..

    5
    By PurplecatSB95
    6th episode of STC will be on SWCC's advanced course, CQT. Stay tuned.
  • Excited to see (future) SWCCs getting some recognition

    5
    By Fender85
    For a group so often misrepresented as "SEAL boat teams" and the like, it made me happy to see SWCCs finally get their moment in the spotlight. In fact, Discovery's recent "Secrets of SEAL Team Six" even used a fair bit of SWCC footage ... you'd think Discovery would know better, especially since they turned around and used some of that very footage in this episode, but that's outside of this review. I thought this was a very solid episode, but my only complaint is that solely covers BCT (Basic Crewman Training), and not CQT (Crewman Qualification Training). CQT is when a lot of the more high speed, specialized training takes place, but I suppose that since BCT is more of a gut check, perhaps it is better geared toward a show called "Surviving the Cut." One quick response to an earlier comment that recommended going into the Marines and "working your way over" ... The Navy is currently not accepting prior service applicants, so I wouldn't recommend this course of action. That's not to say that they'll never accept Prior Service ever again, but if you want to be Special Warfare, then go Special Warfare.
  • One word

    5
    By I rly rly want u 2 add me so pllz do
    Amazing. This show captures what they have to fight through. There is no better way to explain it. Buy it you won't be disappointed.
  • Little hip pocket class

    5
    By FISH05
    Why go to a Army college when you want to be a SEAL? I'm not putting you down but my advice to you is try for the Naval Academy. I am a U.S. Marine Infantryman its a good place to start too before you head to Special Forces training. Rather than taking the chance on becoming injured during training and being stuck on a ship you could go Marines be contracted to a Combat job then see how it is in combat then work your way up the ladder. Good luck to you warrior Semper FI

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