Surviving the Cut (2010– )

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With extraordinary, unprecedented access, Surviving the Cut takes viewers into the intense world of military elite forces training. From divers and snipers to para-rescue men and bomb ... See full summary »

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With extraordinary, unprecedented access, Surviving the Cut takes viewers into the intense world of military elite forces training. From divers and snipers to para-rescue men and bomb specialists, the elite and how they earn a place in the coveted units are the focus in this compelling all new series. Written by Anonymous

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An interesting insight into armed forces training
29 August 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This series documents the various training systems used by the United States military. Each hour-length episode focuses on a particular branch of the armed forces.

The production quality is high with concise narration. It manages to show the gritty details and hardships that come from such a high stress training environment without becoming boring.

I think the show is best suited to those with an interest in how things work. It probably caters mainly to a male audience.

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