US News VIDEO Special forces: a candidate leaves the adventure prematurely

00:40  05 august  2020
00:40  05 august  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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The candidates started their internship with a race of just over ten kilometers . A real test of endurance and mentality during which some shone and others failed ... A few minutes after the end of the race, the candidate number 20 was summoned to a tactical interview. The young man had to kneel down, facing a wall before the instructor placed a cloth bag over his head. Having no idea where he was taken, he was questioned with the idea of ​​being analyzed for his mind and its flaws.

A special moment which was followed by many other challenges including a boxing match during which one of the candidates had his nose broken. It is therefore no surprise that some have experienced a decline in morale. To the point that a candidate, number 23, Rudy, a professional firefighter, decided to quit the adventure even before it really started. An abandonment that the instructor Victor justified by explaining that if the physical is put to the test, it is above all a question of mental.

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