SOFREP TV Releases Training Cell Episode 9: Jungle Canyoneering
NEW YORK – October 27, 2017 – In the latest episode of Training Cell, the team is reminded that moving from point A to B is never easy in the jungle. With the instruction of REVAC-USA, they learn how to employ tactical rope work and canyoneering in order to navigate extreme heights and wet conditions—all for the sake of expanding their lethality in the tropics. Both chapters are now live for subscribers and can be viewed here and here.
Overcoming Obstacles in the Jungle
The Training Cell team takes on the South Pacific in Episode 9, maneuvering through dangerous waterways, ascending and descending waterfalls and executing jungle mountaineering. Stakes are high as they conduct small-team movements and real-world training scenarios in harsh conditions. The team quickly learns that water can be an obstacle or an asset, and with the proper instruction and equipment, it’s possible to use it as an advantage. With aid from experienced REVAC-USA instructors, the team is challenged to rely on their training and remain calm while conquering the tropical terrain.
“Life in the field is unpredictable, and the landscape we encounter is just as varied,” said ex-Army Ranger Drew Wallace. “So being able to safely navigate through moving water, rappel down waterfalls and traverse mountains is extremely valuable. These aren’t skills you can simply pick up on the job. They can only be mastered through repetition. If you can maneuver through the unforgiving jungles of the South Pacific, you can move almost anywhere.”
REVAC-USA delivers customized training for Tactical Rope Access and rope rescue operations, tailoring courses specifically to clients’ current skillset, equipment and mission objectives. Learn more about REVAC USA here.
Training Cell on SOFREP TV
The latest installment on jungle canyoneering is another example of the hard-hitting original programming with the flare only Special Operations veterans can provide. Training Cell takes viewers inside the world of some of the most advanced, highly-trained personnel in the world. From winter warfare and off-road driving to gunfighting—the topics are diverse, but the expert analysis, recommendations and skills provided by the team are evident in every episode.
Training Cell is just one part of the subscription-based SOFREP TV that combines relevant topics, authoritative contributors and behind-the-scenes access and intel delivered on demand. SOFREP TV features and is run by veteran contributors who are sworn to authenticity. The network offers a wide variety of content on its three channels.
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