The U.S. Army Special Forces Command recently released some photos of Special Forces Assessment and Selection (SFAS) that give a snapshot of the physical and mental demands of the SFAS process. As you page through these photos, you’ll see candidates rucking weighty packs while carrying ammunition boxes, as well as moving lashed together pieces of heavy equipment. Where did those lashings come from? That’s right, someone needs to know how to tie a knot, under stress, that will hold that equipment together. There’s also land navigation and the obstacle course to get done as well. A great set of photos, and thanks to Special Forces Command for releasing them. You can review them all HERE.

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